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Catalogue 71-001 Monthly
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labour force
July 1978
Catalogue 71-001 Mensuel
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population active
Juillet 1978
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THE LABOUR FORCE
LA POPULATION ACTIVE
JULY — 1978 — JUILLET
Published by Authority of
The Minister of Industry, Trade and Commerce
Publication autorisée par
le ministre de lindustrie et du Commerce
August - 1978 - Aocit
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Chart
Statistical Tables ................. 1 3- 63
Explanatory notes ..................65- 77
Map - Economic regions .............78- 79
Labour Force Questionnaire and Code
Sheet ............................80- 81
Guide to special articles ..........84
Related publications ...............85
Commentaire..............................7
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Graphique ................................
Tableaux statistiques ....................13- 63
Notes explicatives .......................65- 77
Carte - rgions économiques ..............78- 79
Questionnaire de 1 1 enqute sur Ia population active et feuille des codes .......82- 83
Articles spdciaux - Guide ................84
Publications connexes ....................85
LISTE DES TABLEAUX STATISTIQUES
LIST OF STATISTICAL TABLES
Page
Page
Chiffres désaisonnaliss
Seasonally-adjusted data
1. Summary estimates - Canada ......13
2. Summary estimates by province ... 14-15
1.Series sommaires - Canada .............
2.Series sommaires par province .........
Chiffres non-desaisonnalisés
Unadjusted data
Toutes les caractéristigues
All characteristics
16
3. By sex and age ...............
By sex, marital status, and
17
age ........................
By province, age and sex 18
By educational attainment .... 19-20
1. By province and family status 21
8. Population by province, age
and sex ....................
22
9. By province, sex and age 23
10. Participation rate by prov24
i nce, sex and age ..........
11. By industry and occupation, 25
by class of worker and sex
12. By province, industry and
26
sex ........................
By
province,
occupation
and
13.
27
sex ........................
16
17
18
19-20
21
22
9. Selon la province, le sexe et
i 'ge............................
10. Taux d'activité selon la province,
.........
le sexe et lt ge
11. Selon la branche d'activité et is
profession, selon le statut
professionnel et lesexe.........
12. Selon la province, la branche
d'activité et le sexe............
13. Selon la province, la profession
etlesexe.......................
23
24
25
26
27
Emploi
Employment
By province, occupation and
sex ........................
3. Selonlesexeet1'Bge.............
4. Selon le sexe, l'état natrimonial
eti'ge.........................
S. Selon is province, l'ge et le
sexe.............................
6. Selon le niveau d'instruction......
7. Selon la province et la situation
danslafamille..................
8. Population selon la province, i'age
etlesexe.......................
Population Active
Labour Force
14. By province, sex and age .....
15. Employment ratio, by province
sex and age ................
16. By class of worker and provi nce .......................
By industry, class of worker
and sex ....................
By province, industry and sex
13
14- 15
28
29
30
31
32
33
14. Selon La province, Le sexe et L'âge
15. Emploi/population, selon la province
lesexeet1ge.................
16. Selon le status professionnel et
Iaprovince ......................
17. Selon Ia branche d'activitd, le
status professionnel et le sexe .
18. Selon Ia province, la branchu
d'activitéetlesexe............
19. SeLon la province, la profession
etlesexe.......................
28
29
30
31
32
33
TABLE OF CONTENTS - Continued
TABLE DES M
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Emploi - fin
Employment - Concluded
20. Hours worked by province 34
21. Actual and usual hours worked
by industry and by occupa35
tion .......................
22. Total and average hours worked
36
(all jobs) .................
23. Total and average hours worked
(main job) .................
24. Full-time and part-time by sex
age and marital status 38
25. Full-time and part-time by
province and sex ...........39
26. Full-time and part-time by
industry and occupation40
27. Reason for part-time employ41
ment .......................
28. Reason for time loss .........42
29. Persons looking for another
job by methods used ........43
30. Multiple job holders .........44
31. By province, sex and age 45
32. Unemployment rate by province,
sex and age ................46
33. By industry and occupation, by
class of worker and sex 47
39. By activity prior to looking
for work ...................
40. By reason for leaving last job
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
41. Flows into unemployment ......
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
31. Selon la province, le sexe et l'ge
32. Taux de ch6mage selon la province,
l e sexe et lge .................
33. Selon la branche d'activité, la profession, le statut professionnel
et le sexe .......................
34. Taux de chBmage selon Ia branche
d'activitë et la profession selon
le statut professionnel et le sexe
35. Selon la durée .....................
36. Selon la recherche d'emploi ou non
37. Selon le genre de travail cherche
38. Cherchant du travail selon les
methodes de recherche dt empl o i
39. Selon l'activitë antérieure a la recherche du travail ...............
40. Selon les raisons donnes d'avoir
quitté ieur emploi prdcddont .....
41. Actjvitd antdrieure des chômeurs
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
55
Donndessur les families (pour families comptant
au moms un ch6m.sur)
Family Data (for families with at least
one unemployed person)
42. By province, status of head,
and number of children .....
34
Chômage
Unemployment
34. Unemployment rate by industry,
and occupation, class of
worker and sex .............
35. By duration ..................
36. By looking/not looking for
work .......................
37. By type of work sought .......
38. By job search methods used
20. Nombre d'heures travailldes selon
l a province ......................
21. Heures travaillées et habituellement travail1es selon la branche
d'activit6 et selon la profession
22. Total et moyenne des heures travail1es (tous les emplois) ..........
23. Total et moyenne des heures travaillees (emploi principal) ..........
24. Plein temps et temps partiel selon
le sexe, l'ge et l'tat matrimonial .............................
25. Plein temps et temps partiel selon
la province et le sexe ............
26. Plein temps et temps partiel selon
la branche d'activitC et la profession ..........................
27. Raisons donndes pour l'emploi
temps partiel ....................
28. Raisons donnees pour les heures
p erdues ..........................
29. Personnes chechant un autre emplo
selon les mthodes utilisees .....
30. Pci on:cs avan u nlun d unof
56
43. By province, number of persons, numbsr of children,
age of children and number
of persons employed in
family .....................57
42. Seio.i Ia province, Ia situation du
chef de famiile et le nombre
d'enfants ........................56
43. Selon Ia province, le nombre de personnes, le nombre d'enfars, lge
d'enfants at le nombre de personnes occupées dans Ia fa.nille 5
TAblE l)lS NATTERES - I in
TABlE OF CONTENTS - Con c Tuded
NUL
in Labour lorce
44. By reason for leaving last job 58
45. Persons not in Labour Force
who looked for work in the
past six months by reason
for not looking in the
reference week .............59
Sub-provincial data
46. Metropolitan areas, all characteristics ................60
47. Economic regions, all characteristics ..................61
48. Student Tiata
- July 1978 .......62
- July 1977 .......63
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Inactifs
44. Selon les raisons donnëes d'avoir
quitté leur emploi précédent
45. Les personnes inactives qui ont
cherché du travail au cours des
six derniers mois, par raison pour
ne pas cherché de travail durant
la semaine de référence ..........
58
59
Chiffres infraprovinclaux
46. Regions métropolitaines, toutes les
caractéristiques .................
47. Regions économiques, toutes les
caractéristiques .................
48. Données sur les dtudiants
juillet1978.......
juillet1977.......
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61
62
63
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Seasonally-Adjusted Data Données dësaisonnalisées
Employment
Emp 1 oi
Statistics Canada estimates that for
the week ending July 15, 1978, the
seasonally-adjusted level of employment was 10,132,000, up by 62,000
from June. The level increased for
all major age/sex groups. For men
and women 15-24, the levels were up
by 23,000 and 15,000, respectively.
The level for men 25 and over increased by 5,000, while for women
of the same age group, it rose by
19,000.
Les estimations de Statistique Canada
pour la semaine se terminant le 15 julllet
1978 révlent que le niveau désaisonnalisé de l'emploi s'établissait a 10,132,000
personnes, soit 62,000 de plus qu'en juin.
Le niveau de l'emploi a augmenté pour tous
les principaux groupes d'ge-sexe, soit
respectivement de 23,000 et 15,000 chez
les hoimnes et les femmes de 15 a 24 ans,
et de 5,000 et 19,000 chez les hommes
et les feimnes de 25 ans et plus.
By province, the seasonally-adjusted
employment level increased in
Newfoundland (+ 6,000), Quebec
(+ 16,000), Ontario (+ 45,000),
Saskatchewan (+ 3,000) and Alberta
(+ 5,000) . The level decreased in
. British Columbia (- 4,000), while
it showed little or no change in the
remaining provinces.
A l'échelle provinciale, le niveau désaisonnalisé de l'emploi s'est accru a
Terre-Neuve (+ 6,000), au Québec
(+ 16,000), en Ontario (+ 45,000), en
Saskatchewan (+ 3,000) et en Alberta
(+ 5,000), alors qu'il régressait en
Colombie-Britannique (- 4,000). Il a
peu ou pas vane dans les autres provinces.
Unemployment
Ch 6mage
The seasonally-adjusted unemployment
level was 927,000 in July, down by
17,000 from June. The level decreased
by 6,000 for both men and women 15-24
and by 8,000 for men 25 and over.
The level increased by 3,000 for
women 25 and over.
Le niveau désaisonnalisé du ch6mage s'établissait a 927,000 personnes en juillet,
soit une baisse de 17,000 par rapport
juin. Ii a régressé de 6,000 chez les
hoinmes et les femmes de 15 a 24 ans et de
8,000 chez les honnnes de 25 ans et plus.
Chez les feinines de 25 ans et plus, 11 a
progressé de 3,000.
Provincially, the seasonally-adjusted
unemployment level decreased in
Quebec (- 25,000) and Saskatchewan
(-5,000). The level increased in
New Brunswick (+ 4,000), while it
showed little or no change in the
remaining provinces.
A l'ëchelle provinciale, le niveau désaisonnalisé du chômage a diminué au Québec
(- 25,000) et en Saskatchewan (- 5,000)
et a augmenté au Nouveau-Brunswick
(+ 4,000) . Il a peu ou point vane dans
les autres provinces.
Unemployment Rate
Taux de chômage
The seasonally-adjusted national
unemployment rate was 8.4 in July,
Le taux de chdmage désaisonnalisé s'est
chlffré a 8.4 en juillet, en baisse de
down by 0.2 from the rate registered
in the four previous months. The
rate decreased by 0.6 to 14.7 for
men 15-24, by 0.5 to 13.6 for women
15-24 and by 0.1 to 5.3 for men 25
and over. For women 25 and over,
the rate remained at 7.9.
0.2 sur le taux des quatre mois précédents.
Ii a régressé de 0.6 chez les hommes de
15 a 24 ans (14.7), de 0.5 chez les fernmes de 15
24 ans (13.6) et de 0.1 chez
les hommes de 25 ans et plus (5.3). Ii
n'a pas vane chez les femxnes de 25 ans
et plus (7.9).
Provincially, the seasonally-adjusted
unemployment rate decreased by 0.6
to 16.7 in Newfoundland, by 0.6 to
9.1 in Prince Edward Island, by 0.9
to 10.5 in Quebec, by 0.1 to 7.3 in
Ontario, by 1.1 to 3.9 in Saskatchewan
and by 0.1 to 7.7 in British Columbia.
The rate increased by 0.2 to 10.9
in Nova Scotia, by 1.3 to 12.9 in
New Brunswick, by 0.1 to 6.7 in
Manitoba and by 0.1 to 4.8 in
Alberta.
A l'échelle provinciale, le taux désaisonnalisé de chôinage a diminué de 0.6
Terre-Neuve (16.7) et a l'ile-du-PrinceEdouard (9.1), de 0.9 au Québec (10.5),
de 0.1 en Ontario (7.3), de 1.1 en
Saskatchewan (3.9) et de 0.1 en ColombieBnitannique (7.7). Il a augmenté de
0.2 en Nouvelle-Ecosse (10.9), de 1.3 au
Nouveau-Brunswick (12.9), de 0.1 au
Manitoba (6.7) et de 0.1 en Alberta (4.8).
Participation Rate
Taux d'activité
The seasonally-adjusted participation
rate for Canada increased by 0.2 to
62.8 in July. The rate increased by
0.6 to 70.0 for men 15-24, by 0.3
to 59.2 for women 15-24 and by 0.2
to 44.1 for women 25 and over. The
rate decreased by 0.2 to 81.1 for
men 25 and over.
Le taux d'activité désaisonnalisé pour
le Canada a progressé de 0.2 en juillet
pour s'établir
62.8. Le taux a augmenté de 0.6 chez les homines de 15 a 24 ans
(70.0) et de 0.3 chez les femnies du mrne
groupe d'ge (59.2). Chez les femmes de
25 ans et plus, ii s'est accru de 0.2
(44.1) et chez les hommes du m8me groupe
d'âge, il a reculé de 0.2 (81.1).
Employment/Population Ratio
Rapport eniploi-population
The seasonally-adjusted employment/
population ratio increased by 0.3 to
57.5 in July. The ratio increased
by 0.9 to 59.7 for men 15-24, by 0.6
to 51.2 for women 15-24 and by 0.2
to 40.6 for women 25 and over. The
ratio remained at 76.8 for men 25
and over.
Le rapport désaisonnalisé emploi-populatlon
57.5
a augmenté de 0.3 pour s'établir
en juillet. Il a progressé de 0.9 chez
les hoinmes de 15
24 ans (59.7), de 0.6
chez les femmes du mme groupe d'ge
(51.2) et de 0.2 chez les femmes de 25
ans et plus (40.6). Chez les hommes de
25 ans et plus, 11 est demeuré inchangé
(76.8).
Unadjusted Data
The unadjusted employment level was
10,644,000 in July 1978, compared to
10,222,000 in July 1977. The uneniployinent level was 927,000 in July,
while it was 878,000 a year ago.
The unemployment rate was 8.0 compared to 7.9 twelve months earlier.
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Données non désaisonnalisées
Le niveau non désaisonnalisé de l'emploi
s'établissait
10,644,000 en juillet
1978, contre 10,222,000 en juillet 1977.
Le nlveau du ch6mage se chiffrait
927,000 personnes en juillet, comparativement
878,000 un an plus tat. Le
taux de ch6mage s'élevait
8.0, le taux
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a
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The participation rates were 65.7 and
64.3, respectively, and the employment/population ratios were 60.4 and
59 .2, respectively.
d'activit6 a 65.7 et le rapport emploipopulation a 60.4; les chiffres correspondants d'il y a un an €taient respectivement de 7.9, 64.3 et 59.2.
Student Data
Données sur les 6tudiants
The unadjusted employment level for
returning students in July was 935,000
compared to 923,000 a year ago. The
unemployment level was 168,000 while
a year ago it was 164,000. The unadjusted unemployment rate for returning students 15-24 was 15.3 in July,
compared to 15.1 a year ago. The
participation rate was 64.0; it was
62.7 last year. For further information on the labour force activity
of students see table 48.
Note I l'intention des utilisateurs
des données
Note to Data Users
is
Le niveau non désaisonnalisé de l'emploi
pour les étudiants retournant aux etudes
s'établissait a 935,000 personnes en
juillet contre 923,000 un an plus tot.
Le niveau du chOmage se chiffrait a
168,000 personnes comparativement
164,000 un an plus tOt. Le taux non désaisonnalisé de chOmage pour les étudiants de 15 a 24 ans retournant aux études s'établissait 1 15.3 en juillet 1978,
contre 15.1 en juillet 1977. Les taux
d'activité des périodes correspondantes
étaient de 64.0 et 62.7. Pour obtenir
plus de renseignements sur la situation
des étudiants vis-1-vis de l'activitë,
voir le tableau 48.
Beginning this month, a table on the
flows into unemployment will be released on a regular basis in "The
Labour Force", (Catalogue No. 71-001).
Data pertaining to July are presented
in table 41. Readers interested in
the topic should read the article
entitled "Flows into Unemployment"
which appeared in the May 1978 issue
of the above-mentioned publication.
A compter de ce mois, un tableau sur l'activité antérleure des chOmeurs sera publié régulirement dans "La population
active", no 71-001 au catalogue. Les
données pour le mois de juillet sont présentées au tableau 41. Les lecteurs intéressés peuvent lire l'article intitulé
"Activité antérieure des chOmeurs" qui a
paru dans le numéro de mai 1978 de la publication susmentionné.
Data are available on CANS1M on the
day of release at 7:00 a.m. E.D.T.
On peut se procurer les données par le
biais de CANSIM I compter de 7 heures
(heure avancée de l'Est) le jour de la
diffusion.
For further information call:
Pour obtenir plus de renseignements, cornmuniquez avec les personnes suivantes:
Rick Baxter (613) 992-9543
Henry Pold (613) 996-4214
Bruce Petrie (613) 996-3990
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Employment - Emploi, Canada
fl
'000
10200
000
10200
IIIIIII
-
-
(Seasonally adjusted - Chiffres desaisonnalisOs)
I,III,Ii
9,800
——
am
9,60C
9,400
.1
(
N n
1977
•.iFMAMJJ
1978
:
9,400
Unemployment - Chômage, Canada
'000
'000
1,100
1,100
(Seasonally adjusted - Chiffres désaisonnaIisés
1,000
1 ' 000
Jim
900
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.
900
--
800
800
7('I(
JAS0ND:JFMAMjJ
1977
1978
:
700
Unemployment Rate - Taux de chomage, Canada
Rate - Taux
10.0
Rate - Taux 10.0
.
1I11IIIIIIII
8.0
7,0
C
JAS0NDJFMAMJJ
1977
:
1978
6.0
El
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TABLE 1. SEASONALLY - ADJUSTED ESTIMATES, CANADA
TABLEAU 1. ESTIMATIONS DESAISOMNALISEES, CANADA
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MONTHLY ESTIMATES AND RATES
MONTH-TO-MONTH CHANGES
ESTIMATIONS El TAUX MENSUELS
1978
JULY
fJUNE
JUIL.1 JUIN
f
VARIATIONS MENSUELLES
1977
MAYfAPRILJ MAR.J FEBfLY
11,059 11,014 10,972 10,931 10,922 10,835 10,622
6,764 6,750
6,7246,705
6,708
6,676
6,580
4,295 4,264
4,2484,226
4,214
4,159 4,042
2,963 2,937
2,9302,903
2,927 2,893
2,867
1,622
1,605
1,6091,595
1,608
1.592
1.566
1,341
1.332
1,3211.308
1,319
1.301
1,301
8,096 8,077
8.0428,028
7,995
1,942
7,755
5,142
5,145
5.1155,110
5,100
5,184
5,014
2,954 2,932
2,9272018
2,895
2,858
2,741
4,277
4.279
4,2544,248
4,235
4,220
4,165
EMPLOYMENT - EMPLOI ...........
ME' - IOMMES ................
WOMEN - FENMES ..............
15-24 YEARS - ANS ...........
MEN - HOMMES ..............
WOMEN - FEMMES ............
25 YEARS AND OVER-ANS El PLUS
MEN - HOMMES ..............
WOMEN - FEMMES ............
25-54 MEN - HOMMES .........
10,132 10,070 10.0239,996
6,253 6.225
6,1966,174
3,879
3,845
3,8273,822
2,542
2.504
2,4892.472
1,383
1,360
1,3551.339
1.159
1,144
1,1341,133
7.590
7,566
7,5347,524
4,870 4,865
4,84). 4,835
2,720 2,701
2,6937,689
4,048 4,045 4,0224,019
481
9,656
476
9,605
MAR
F(VJ JUIL.
HAl LAVRIL [ MARS
JUIN-JuILIMAI_JUIN AVR._MAIj MARS_AVR.IFEY._MARS
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THOUSANDS - MILLIERS
LABOUR FORCE - POPULATION
ACTIVE.......................
MEN - HOMMES ................
WOMEN - FEMMES ..............
15-24 YEARS - ANS ...........
MEN - HOMMES ..............
WOMEN - FEMMES ............
25 YEARS AND IJVER-ANS El PLUS
MEN - HOMMES ..............
WOMEN - FENMES ............
25-54 MEN - HOMMES .........
AGRICULTURE ..................
NON-AGRICULTURE - NON AGRICOLE
OTHER PRIMARY - AUTRES INDUSTRIES PRINAIRES .........
MANUFACTURING - INDUSTRIES
MANUFACTURIIRES ............
CONSTRUCTION .................
TRADE - COMMERCE .............
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATION
AND OTHER UTILITIES - TRANSPORTS, COMMUNICATIONS El
AUTRES SERVICES PUBLICS
-INANCE, INSUAANCE ANO REAL
ESTATE - FINANCES, ASSURNCES ET AFFAIRES IMMO8ILIERES
SERVICES .....................
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION - ADMINISTRATION PUBLIQUE ........
1918
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JUNE_JU LTTMAY_J UNE APRMAN
469453
9,5989,573
45
14
31
26
17
9
19
-3
22
-2
42
26
16
7
-4
11
35
30
5
25
41
19
22
27
14
13
14
5
9
6
9
-3
12
- 24
-13
- 11
33
10
23
13
87
32
55
34
16
18
53
16
37
15
62
9,984
6,191
3,793
2.485
1,352
1,133
7,499
4,839
2,663
4,011
9,934
6,176
3,758
2,466
1,345
1,121
7,468
4,831
2,637
4,006
9,756
6,095
3,661
2,447
1 1 334
1,113
7,309
4,761
2,548
3,945
28
34
38
23
15
24
5
19
3
47
29
18
15
5
10
32
24
8
23
27
22
5
17
16
1
10
6
4
3
12
-17
29
- 13
- 13
25
-4
29
2
50
15
35
19
7
12
31
8
23
11
467
9,539
458
9.493
470
9,272
5
51
7
7
16
25
- 14
34
9
46
256
253
250253
258
259
245
3
3
-3
1,983
643
1,771
1,998
639
1,781
1,9991,970
625622
1,7781,773
1,951
628
1,748
1.933
638
1027
1,851
636
1,700
-15
4
- 10
-1
14
3
29
3
5
-5-
1
19
18
-6- 10
25
21
875859865861877865845116- 64- 1612
538
2.869
538
2,819
545
2,802
536
2,829
541
2.809
545
2,801
533
2.132
50
-7
17
9
- 27
5
20
-4
8
711
723
723
715
717
717
711
- 12
-
8
-2
-
9,079
9,035
9,015
8,990
8,944
8,879
8,786
44
20
25
46
65
8,945
8,905
8,892
8,868
8,816
8,753
8,635
40
13
24
52
63
927
511
416
421
239
182
506
272
234
229
944
525
419
433
745
188
511
280
231
234
949
528
421
441
254
187
508
274
234
232
935
531
404
431
256
175
504
275
229
229
938
511
421
442
256
186
496
261
235
218
901
500
401
427
247
180
474
253
221
214
866
485
381
420
232
188
446
253
193
220
- 17
-14
-3
-12
-6
-6
-5
-8
3
-5
-5
-3
-2
-8
-9
1
3
6
-3
2
14
-3
17
10
-2
12
4
-1
5
3
-3
14
-17
- 11
- 11
8
14
-6
11
31
17
23
15
9
6
22
8
14
4
MEN-HOMMES ................
OMEN - PEMMES..............
15-24 YEARS -ANS...........
MEN -NOMMES ..............
WOMEN - PEMMES ............
25 YEARS AND OVER-ANS El PLUS
MEN -HOMMES ..............
WOMEN - FEMMES ............
25-54 MEN - HOMMES .........
8.4
7.6
9.7
14.2
14.7
13.6
6.3
5.3
1.9
5.4
8.6
1.8
9.8
14.7
15.3
14.1
6.3
5.4
7.9
5.5
8.6
7.9
9.9
15.1
15.8
14.2
6.3
5.4
8.0
5.5
8.6
1.9
9.6
14.8
16.1
13.4
6.3
5.4
7.8
5.4
8.6
7.7
10.0
15.1
15.9
14.1
8.2
5.1
8.1
5.1
8.3
7.5
9.6
14.8
15.5
13.8
6.0
5.0
7.7
5.1
8.2
7.4
9.4
14.6
14.8
14.5
5.8
5.0
7.0
5.3
-0.2
-0.2
-0.1
-0.5
-0.6
-0.5
-0.1
-0.1
-0.1
-0.1
-0.4
-0.5
-0.1
-0.1
-
0.3
0.3
-0.3
0.8
0.2
0.1
0.2
-0.4
-0.3
0.2
-0.7
0.1
0.3
-0.3
0.3
0.3
0.2
0.4
0.3
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.4
PRTPATION RATE - TAUS
U'ACTIVIT...................
MEN- HOMMES................
WOMEN - FEMMES ..............
15-24YEARS - APES...........
MEN -HOMNES ..............
WOMEN - FEMMES ............
25 YEARS AND OVER-ANS ET PLUS
MEN -HOMMES ..............
WOMEN- FEMMES............
25-54 MEN -HONMES.........
62.8
78.1
47.9
64.7
70.0
59.2
62.1
81.1
44.1
95.1
62.6
18.1
47.7
64.2
69.4
58.9
62.1
81.3
43.9
95.3
62.5
77.9
41.5
64.1
69.6
58.4
61.9
80.9
43.9
94.9
62.3
77.8
47.4
63.5
69.1
57.9
61.9
81.0
43.8
95.0
62.4
77.9
47.3
64.1
69.7
58.4
61.8
81.0
43.6
94.8
62.0
77.7
46.8
63.4
69.1
57.7
61.5
80.8
43.1
94.1
61.5
77.5
46.1
63.4
68.5
58.1
60.9
80.8
41.9
94.6
0.2
0.2
0.5
0.6
0.3
-0.2
0.2
-0.2
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.1
-0.2
0.5
0.2
0.4
0.4
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.6
0.5
0.5
-0.1
0.1
-0.1
-0.1
-0.1
0.1
-0.6
-0.6
-0.5
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.4
0.2
0.5
0.7
0.6
0.7
0.3
0.2
0.5
0.1
EMPLOYMENT RATIO - RAPPORT
1IPLUI/POPULATIDN ...........
-HOMMES ................
ojMEN-FEMNES ..............
15-24 YEARS -ANS...........
MEN-HOMMES ..............
MEN - PAMMES ............
YEARS AND OVER-APES El PLUS
MEN -MOMMA S..............
WOMEN -FENMES ............
25-54 MEN - HOMMES..........
57.5
72.2
43.3
55.5
59.7
51.2
58.2
16.8
40.6
90.0
51.2
72.0
43.0
54.1
58.8
50.6
58.1
76.8
40.4
90.1
57.1
72.8
42.8
54.4
58.6
50.1
58.0
76.6
40.4
89.8
57.0
11.6
42.9
54.1
58.0
50.1
58.0
76.6
40.4
89.9
57.0
71.9
42.6
54.4
58.6
50.2
51.9
76.8
40.0
89.9
56.8
71.9
42.3
54.1
58.4
49.7
57.8
76.8
39.8
89.9
56.5
71.8
41.7
54.1
58.4
49.7
51.4
76.7
39.0
89.6
0.3
0.2
0.3
0.8
0.9
0.6
0.1
0.2
-0.1
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.2
0.5
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.1
0.2
-0.1
0.3
0.6
-0.1
-0.3
0.3
-0.3
-0.6
-0.1
0.1
-0.2
0.4
-
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.2
0.5
0.1
0.2
-
PAID WORKERS - TRAVAILLEURS
RMUNR(S ...................
PAILi WORKERS NON AGRICULTURE
- TRAVAIjLLEURS NON AGRIC)LES REMUNIRES ............
UNEMPLOYMENT - CHMAGE .......
MEN - HOMMES ................
WOMEN - FEMMES ..............
15 - 24 YEARS - ANS ...........
MEN - HONMES ..............
WOMEN - FEMNES ............
25 YEARS AND OVER-ANS El PLUS
MEN - HOMMES ..............
WOMEN - FEMMES ............
25-54 MEN - MOMMES .........
PERCENT - POURCEMIAGE
UEMPLOYMENT RATE -TAVA DE
.....................
14
SEASONALLY-ADJUSTED
TABLE 2.
TABLEAU 2.
ESTIMATES BY PROVINCE
ESTIMATIONS DSAISONNALISEES SELON LA PROVINCE
MONTHLY ESTIMATES AND RATES
MONTH-TO-MONTH CHAN
ESTIMATIONS El TAUX MENSUELS
VARIATIONS MENSUELI!
JULY TJUNE
JUIL.IJUIN
I
1978
1977
1978
-
--
MAY-JUNE APR._MAYTMAR._APR.[B._MA.
MAYJAPRIL
MAR.
FEB.
JUL;
JUNE-JULY
MA! [AVRIL
MARS
FV.
JUIL.
JUIN-JUIL_MAI-JUIN AVR._MAIIMARS_AVR.[PEV._MARS
.WE.QUNOkAND - lERRE-NEUV
LABOUR FORCE - POPULATION
ACTIVE...........(000'S)
'
EMPLOYMENT - EMELDI(000S)
uNEMPLOYMENl-CH3MA,E (000 SI
UNEMP&OXMENT RATE - TAUX
DE CHdMAGE...........(8)
PARTICIPATION RATE - TAUX
O'ACTIVIlE...........(9)
EMPLOYMENT RATIO - RAPPORT
EMPLOI/POPULATIOM .,.. (XI
203
169
34
197
163
34
196
161
35
196
164
32
194
162
32
196
161
31
195
164
31
6
6
16.7
17.3
17.9
16.3
16.5
15.8
15.9
52.7
51.2
51.0
51.2
50.7
51.2
43.9
42.3
41.9
42.8
42.3
53
48
5
53
48
5
52
47
5
52
46
6
51
46
5
9.1
9.1
10.1
11.1
10.5
58.9
58.9
51.8
57.8
57.3
2
2
-2
- 3
- 3
-
1
2
- 1
3
-
1
-0.6
-0.6
1.6
-0.2
0.7
51.5
1.5
0.2
-0.2
0.5
-0.5
43.1
43.3
1.6
0.4
-0.9
0.5
-0.8
50
46
4
50
45
5
-
-
8.2
9.8
-0.6
-0.4
0.6
2.3
56.2
56.8
-
1.1
-
0.5
1.1
-
1.1
1.1
-0.6
PRINCE EDWAR) ISLAND - ILEDU-PR1NCE-DOUARD
LABOUR FORCE - POPULATION
ACTiVE...........(000'S)
EMPLOYMENT - EMPLOI(000'S)
UNEMPLOYMENY-CM8MAGE(000'S)
UNEMPLOYMENT RATE - TAUX
DECHMAGE ...........(XI
PARIICIPATIQN RATE - TAUX
DACTIVITE...........IX)
EMPLOYMENT RATIO - RAPPORT
EMPLOI/POPULATION ....(8)
1
1
-1.0
53.3
53.3
52.2
51.1
51.7
51.7
51.1
349
311
38
346
300
37
343
306
37
346
308
38
339
301
38
330
304
35
336
302
34
3
2
1
3
3
-
- 3
- 2
- 1
-
10.9
10.7
10.8
11.0
11.2
10.3
10.1
0.2
-0.1
-0.2
-0.2
56.8
56.4
56.0
56.6
55.6
55.6
55.7
0.4
0.4
-0.6
1.0
50.7
50.4
50.0
50.4
49.3
49.8
50.1
0.3
0.4
-0.4
1.1
280
244
36
276
244
32
278
242
36
278
239
39
279
242
37
276
239
37
272
237
35
4
- 2
-
-
NOVA SCOTIA - NOUVELLE-ECOSSE
LABOUR FORCE - POPULATION
ACTIVE...........(000'S)
EMPLOYMENT - EMPLOI(000'S)
UNEMPLOYMENT-CHCMAGE (000'S)
UNEMPLOYMENT RATE - TAUX
DECHMAGE...........(8)
PARTICIPATION RATE - TAUX
O'ACTIVIT(...........(8)
EMPLOYMENT RATIO - RAPPORT
EMPLOI/POPULATION ....(9)
7
7
- 3
--
NEW BRUNSWICK - NOUVEAU
BRUNSWICK
LABLUR FORCE - POPULATION
ACTIVE...........(000'S)
EMPLOYMENT - EMPLOI(QUO'S)
UNEMPLDYMENT-CHMAGE(000 1 S)
UNEMPLOYMENT RATE -TAUX
BECH3MAGE ...........(8)
PARTICIPATION RATE - TAUX
O'ACTIVITE ...........(*1
EMPLOYMENT RATIO - RAPPORT
EMPLOI/POPULAIION ....(8)
4
3
3
3
-3
- 1
- 3
-4
2
-
0.7
-0.1
2
12.9
11.6
12.9
14.0
13.3
13.4
12.9
1.3
-1.3
-1.1
55.0
54.3
54.7
54.8
55.1
54.7
54.5
0.7
-0.4
-0.1
-0.3
0.4
47.9
48.0
47,6
47.1
47.8
41.3
47.5
-0.1
0.4
0.5
-0.7
0.5
2,866
1,787
1.079
2,564
1,615
949
304
172
130
2,875
1,797
1,078
2,548
1,608
940
327
189
138
2,878
1,798
1.080
2,547
1,607
940
331
191
140
2,858
1,776
1,082
2,538
1,589
949
320
187
133
2,872
1,785
1,087
2,543
1,506
947
329
189
140
2.850
1,178
1,072
2,538
1,597
941
312
181
131
2,711
1,758
1,019
2,489
1,587
902
288
171
117
- 9
-10
-3
- 1
- 2
-14
- 0
-5
-5
- 7
- 4
- 2
- 2
20
22
- 2
9
18
- 9
11
4
7
- 9
- 2
-7
22
7
15
5
- 1
6
17
8
9
10.5
9.6
12.0
11.4
10.5
12.8
11.5
10.6
13.0
11.2
10.1
12.3
11.5
10.6
12.9
10.9
10.2
12.2
10.4
9.7
11.5
-0.9
-0.9
-0.8
-0.1
-0.1
-0.2
0.3
0.1
0.7
-0.3
-0.1
-0.6
0.6
0.4
0.1
50.5
76.1
43.8
59.8
76.6
43.8
59.9
76.1
43.9
59.6
75.9
44.1
60.0
76.3
44.3
59.6
76.1
43.8
58.4
75.7
41.9
-0.3
-0.5
-0.1
-0.1
-0.1
0.3
0.9
-0.2
-0.4
-0.5
-0.2
0.4
0.2
0.5
53.3
68.8
38.5
53.0
68.5
38.2
53.0
68.5
38.2
52.9
61.8
38.7
53.1
68.2
38.6
53.0
68.3
38.4
52.4
68.3
37.1
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.1
0.7
-0.5
-0.2
-0.4
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.2
QUEBEC
LABOUR FORCE - POPULATION
ACTIVE...........(000'S)
MEN - HOMMES .....(000'S)
WUMEN - FEMNES(000'S)
EMPLOYMENT -EMPLUI(000'S)
MEN- HOMMES.....(000'S)
WOMEN - FEMME...(000'5)
UNEMPLOYMENTCHI!MAGE (DuO'S)
MEN - HOMMES.....(000'S)
WOMEN - FEMMES ... (000'S)
UNEMPLOYMENT RATE - TAUX
BECHMAGE ...........IX)
MEN-HOMMES.........(XI
WOMEN - FEMMES .......(8)
PARTICIPATION RATE -TAUT
O'ACTIVITE ...........(X)
MEN - HOMNES.........(81
WOMEN -FEMMES .......(8)
EMPLOYMENT RATIO - RAPPORT
EMPLOI/POPULATION ....IT)
MEN - HOMMES.........(8)
WOMEN - FEMMES .......(8)
1
16
7
9
- 25
- 17
-8
-
1
1
-
2
0
IA8LE 2. SEASONALLY-ADJUSTED ESTIMATES BY PROVINCE
15
TABLEAU 2. ESTIMATIONS DESAISONNALISEES SELUN IA PROVINCE
MONTHLY ESTIMATES AND RATES
MONTH-TO-MONTH CHANGES
ESTiMATIONS ETTAUX MENSUELS VARIAT IONS MEMSUELLES
1978 j977
JULYJUNEMAY APRIL MAR. { FEB. IJULY
JUNE_JULE
1978
TMAY_JLINE IAPR...M4Y1 MAR._APR. rFEB.MAR.
ONTARIO
LA8OURFORCE - POPULATION
ACTIVE ........... (000'S)
MEN - HOMMES ..... (000'S)
WOMEN - FEMMES (000'S)
EMPLUTMENI - EMPLO! (000S1
MEN - IMMES ..... (000'S)
WOMEN - FEMMES (000'S)
UN[MPLOYMENT-CHMAUE 4000' SI
MEN - HOMMES ..... (000'S)
WOMEN - FEMMES (000'S)
UNEMPLOyMENT RATE - TAUX
01 CHMAGE ........... (4)
MEN - HOMMES ......... (4)
WOMEN - FEMMES ....... 44)
PARTICIPATION RATE - TAUT
D'ACTIVIT ........... (A)
MEN - HOMMES ......... (4)
WOMEN - FEMMES ....... 14)
EMPLOYMENT RATIO - RAPPORT
LMPLIAI/POPULATION (4)
MEN - HOMMES ......... (A)
WOMEN - FEMMES ....... (4)
4,239 4.194
4,112 4,110 4,149 4,103 4.042
2,834 2.517 Z,SOi) 2,505 2,510 2,494 2,452
1.105 1,671 1,672 1,665 1,639 1,609 1,590
3,930 3,885 3,861 3.860 3,842 3,816 3,764
2,375 2,356 2.341 2,338 2,351 2,343 2.309
1,555 1,527 1,520 1,522 1,491 1,473 1.455
305309311310301287278
159159159167159151143
150150152143148136135
45
17
28
45
17
28
7.37.41.51.47.47.06.9
6.36.36.46.76.36.15.8
8.88.99.18.69.08.58.5
-0.1
66.065.465.265.365,364.464.3
80.480.079.679.980.279.879.5
52.151.351.351.250.449.649.7
-
22
17
5
24
17
7
- 2
2
5
7
1
3
- 2
1
-
21
5
26
18
- 13
31
3
-
46
16
30
26
8
18
20
2
9
5
12
-0.1
-0.1
-0.2
0.1
-0.3
0.5
0.4
-0.4
0.4
0.2
0.5
0.6
0.4
0.8
0.2
0.4
-0.1
-0.3
0.1
0.3
-0.3
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.8
61.260.660.360.460.259.959.9
75.475.074.674.675.175.074.9
41.546.746.646.845.945.445.5
0.6
0.4
0.8
0.3
0.4
0.1
-0.1
0.2
-0.5
0.9
0.3
0.1
0.5
475413476413477474461
443442444441446443435
32313232313126
2
1
1
-3
-2
3
3
-
-4
-5
1
3
3
-1
6.76.66.76.96.56.55.6
0.1
-0. E
-0.1
0.3
62.162,663.062.663.362.961.7
0.1
-0.4
0.4
-0.7
0.4
58.558.558.758.459.258.858.2
-
-0.2
0.3
-0.8
0.4
6
3
3
-
-
-0.1
-
-
-
-0.2
-
-
MAN! TUBA
LABOUR FORCE - POPULATION
ACTIVE ........... (003'S)
EMPLOYMENT - EMPLO! (000'S)
UNEMPLOYMENT-CHMAGE (000' S)
UNEMPLOYMENT RATE - TAUT
DECHMAGE ........... (4)
PkIiC1PATI0N RATE - TAUT
ALTIVITE ........... (4)
YMENT RATIO - RAPPORT
PLOI/POPULATION .... (4)
-
-
(.-4EWAN
-bIUR FORCE - POPULATION
ACTIVE ........... (000'S)
EMPLOYMENT - EMeLo,(000'S)
UNEMPLOYMENI-CHbMAGE (000'S)
UNEMPLOYMENT RATE - TAUT
DR CHMAGE ........... (4)
PARTICIPATION RATE - TAUT
O'ACTIVITE ........... (4)
EMPLOYMENT RATIO - RAPPP7JRT
EKPLO!/POPULATION .... (4)
434436435430435429421
417414412406410407402
11222324252219
-2
3
-5
1
2
-1
5
6
-1
-5
-4
-1
3.95.05.35.65.75.14.5
-1.1
-0.3
-0.3
-0.1
0.6
61.962.362.261.662.461.661.4
-0.4
0.1
0.6
-0.8
0.8
59.559.158.958.258.858.558.6
0.4
0.2
0.7
-0.6
0.3
952945944938933920887
906901902893888877846
46444245424341
7
5
2
1
1
2
6
9
-3
8
5
3
10
11
-1
0.3
-0.4
0.3
-0.2
ALBERTA
LABOUR FORCE - POPULATION
ACTIVE ........... (000'S)
EMPLOYMENT - EMPICI (000'S)
UNEMPLQYMENT-ChMAGE (000'S)
L!NEMPLUMENI RATE - TAUT
DECP1MAGE ........... (4)
PARTICIPATIUN RATE - TAUT
O'ACTIVIT ........... (4)
EMPLOYMENT RATIO - RAPPORT
EMPLOI/POPULATION .... (A)
-
4.84.74.44.84.54.74.6
0.1
68.067.767.867.667.266.766.0
0.3
-0.1
0.2
0.4
0.5
64.764.564.864.464.263.663.0
0.2
-0.3
0.4
0.2
0.6
1,2061,2111,2021,2001,2051,1961,169
738738736740741733719
468473466460464463450
1,113 1,111 1,106 1,108 1,103 11095 1,069
688687683687686618667
425430423421417417402
93949692102101100
50515353555552
43434339414648
-5
9
2
7
11
4
7
-2
-2
2
-4
6
- 2
-4
2
4
-5
-1
-4
5
1
4
-10
9
-
-2
-
4
-8
1
-0.8
-0.2
-1.6
0.1
-0.1
0.2
-0.4
-0.2
-0.5
0.4
0.8
0.1
0.4
0.8
-0.1
BRITISH COLUMBIA - COLOMB!EBR ITANN IQUE
LABWR FORCE - POPULATION
ACTIVE ........... (000'S)
MEN - HLJMMRS ..... (000'S)
WOMEN - PENMES ... 100051
EMPLOYMENT - EMPLOI 4000'5)
MEN - HOMMES ..... (000'S)
WOMEN - EEMME
...
(000'S)
UNEMPLOYMENT-ChMAGE (000'S)
MEN - HOMMES ..... (000'S)
WOMEN - FEMMES ... (000'S)
UNEMPLOYMENT RATE - TAUT
OE CHMA&L ........... (4)
- HOMMES ......... (4)
MEN - FEMMES ....... (4)
I ICIPATIOJ4 RATE - TAUT
'ACT! RITE ........... (4)
- HOMMES ......... (3)
MEN - FEMMES ....... (41
YMENT RATIO - RAPPORT
.JPLOI/POPULATION IA)
MEN - HOMMES ......... (4)
WOMEN - FEMNES ....... (4)
-
4
1
-5
- 1
-1
-
-
7.77.88.07.78.58.48.6
6.86.97.27.27.47.57.2
0.29.19.28.510.19.910.7
-0.1
-0.1
0.1
-0.2
0.3
-0.3
-0.1
0.7
62.562.962.562.582.962.562.0
71.677.877.678.278.477.611.3
47.948.547.847.347.847.847.2
-0.4
-0.2
-0.6
0.4
0.2
0.7
-0.6
0.5
57.758.051.557,757.651.256.1
72.372.412.072.612.611.871.7
43.544.143.443.342.943.042.1
-0.3
-0.1
-0.6
0.5
0.4
0.7
-0.2
-0.6
0.1
-
-
-
0.4
8
1
8
8
-
1
-
-
16
TABLE 3.
ESTIMATES BY DETAILED AGE GROUP AND SEX, CANADA
GROUPES D' ' GE DET
TABLEAU 3. ESTIMATIONS SELON LES
- r
JULY - 1978 - JUILL
L460U9 FORCE I I
lOT INPAP.IICI-
PATIOS UNEPPLC'YPOPULATION ACTIVE LABOUR
FOPCERATENEST RATE
- I
I
I
POPULATION
UNEMPL]Y-I
EMPLOYMENT NESTPOPULATION
TOTAL
EMPLOI CHOMAGE j
I i'IPLUVM
I
IRSTLJ
ITAUX -TAIJI DY IRAPPART
--I ISACTIVE I DACIIVITECHMAGE IEMPLCl/
POPULATIUN
PER CENT-POURCANTAGE
TFRTUSANDS - MILLIERS BOTH SEXES - LES DEUX SESES
TOTAL
...........................
17,619
11,570
10,644
927
6,048
65.7
8.0
60.4
1,097
76.0
14.0
65.4
740
470
270
68.3
49.9
80.7
17.7
20.7
16.5
56.2
39.0
67.4
...................
4.580
3,483
2,997
486
15-19 YEARS - ASS .................
15-16 VEABS - ASS ...............
17-19 YEARS - ASS ...............
2,333
939
1,394
1,593
469
1,124
1,311
372
939
282
97
186
20-24 YEARS - ASS
2,247
11890
1,686
704
357
84.1
10.8
75.0
62.0
5.4
58.6
15-24 YEAPS - ASS
.................
13,038
8.087
7,647
441
4.951
25-44 YEARS - ASS .................
25-34 'YEARS - ASS ...............
35- 44 YEASS - ASS ...............
6,539
3,857
2,682
5.048
71988
2.063
41744
2,792
1,952
303
195
108
1,492
369
623
77.2
77.5
76.8
6.0
8.5
5.2
72.6
72.4
72.8
45-64 YEARS - ASS ................
45-54 YEARS - ASS ...............
55-64 YEARS - ASS ...............
4,452
21451
2,001
2.856
1,769
1,087
2,721
1,688
1,033
135
81
54
1,596
682
914
64.1
72.2
54.3
4.1
4.6
4.9
61.1
68.9
51.6
65 YEARS AND OVER - ASS El PLUS
65-69 'YEARS - ASS ...............
70 YEARS AND OVER - ASS IT PLUS
2.047
751
1.297
184
113
71
181
110
71
...
1,863
638
1,225
9.0
15.0
5.5
...
8.9
14.7
5.5
55 YEARS AND OVER - ASS ET PLLS
4.048
1,211
1,214
56
2,777
31.4
4.4
30.0
8,658
7,118
6.622
497
1,53S
82.2
7.0
25 YBAPS AND OVY
- oss IT PLUS
...
...
...
..
MEN - HOMMES
TOTAL
...........................
...................
2,316
1,941
1.666
215
374
83.8
14.2
7..
15-19 YEARS - ASS .................
15-16 YEARS - ASS ...............
17-19 YEARS - ASS ...............
1,187
480
707
884
267
617
728
212
516
156
55
101
303
213
90
74.5
55.7
87.3
17.6
20.5
11.4
73.,
20-24 YEARS - ASS
1.129
1,051
939
120
72
93.6
11.3
83.0
4.3
78.1
1 5-24 YEARS - ASS
.................
6,342
5,177
4,956
221
1,165
81.6
3,273
1,921
1,352
3,161
1,859
1,332
3,018
1,165
1,253
143
94
49
112
62
50
96.6
96.8
96.3
4.5
5.1
3.8
92.2
91.9
92.7
...............
2,182
1,223
59
1,882
1,143
740
1,606
1,102
7)4
76
40
36
300
80
220
86.3
93.4
77.1
4.0
3.5
4.8
82.8
90.2
73.4
YEARS AND OVER - ASS ET PLUS
65-69 YEARS - ASS ...............
70 YEARS AND OVER - ASS ET PLUS
887
353
534
134
82
51
132
61
51
...
753
271
483
15.1
23.4
9.6
1,846
874
836
38
973
47.3
8,961
4,452
4,022
430
4,509
2.265
1,542
1,331
211
723
582
160
423
127
42
85
437
257
180
25 YEARS AND OVER - ASS PT PLUS
25-44 YEARS - ASS .................
25-34 YEARS - ASS ...............
35-44 YEARS - ASS ...............
45-64 YEARS - ASS
45-54 'YEARS - ASS
55 - 64 'YEARS - ASS
65
55 YEARS
................
...............
AND OVER - ASS ET PLLS
...
...
...
...
14.9
22.4
9.6
4.3
45.3
49.7
9.7
44.9
66.1
13.7
58.8
61.9
43.9
73.8
17.9
20.9
16.1
53.8
34.7
61.5
...
[1
WOMEN - FEMMES
TOTAL
...........................
15-24 YEAFS - ASS
...................
15-19 YEARS - ASS .................
15-16 YEARS - ASS ...............
17 - 19 YEARS - ASS ...............
1,147
459
687
709
202
508
11118
833
749
64
285
74.5
10.1
67.0
6,696
2,910
2,691
219
3,786
43.5
7.5
40.2
25-44 YEARS - ASS .................
25-34 YEARS - ASS ...............
35-44 YEARS - ASS ...............
3,266
1,935
1,331
1,887
1,129
758
1,727
1,027
699
160
59
1,379
807
573
51.8
58.3
51.0
8.5
9.0
7.1
52.9
53.1
52.6
45-64 YEARS - ASS ................
45-54 YEARS - ASS ...............
55-64 YEARS - ASS ...............
2,210
11228
1,041
973
626
347
915
586
329
59
41
18
1,297
602
694
42.9
51.0
33.3
6.0
6.5
5.1
40.3
47.7
31.6
65 YEARS AND OVER - ASS El PLUS
65-69 YEARS - ASS ...............
70 YEARS AND OVER - ASS ET PLUS
1,160
398
763
50
30
20
49
29
20
...
...
...
1,110
367
743
4.3
7.6
2.6
...
...
.,.
4.0
7..
2.6
21202
397
378
19
1,805
18.0
4.7
20-24 YEARS - ASS
.................
25 YEARS ANC OVER - ASS El PLUS
5 YEARS AND OVER - ASS El PLUS
101
17.
.
NOTE: FOR DEFINITIONS, INFORMATICN ON SAMPLING ERROR, AND Oil-ER EXPLANATORY MATERIAL, SEE NOTES AT THE END OF THIS PUBLICATION.
NOTA: DES RENSEIGNEMENTS SUR LERREUR O'CHANTILLCSNAGE IT DAUTRES EXPLICAT IONS SE TP.OUVENT A LA FIN DR CETTE PUBLICATION.
TABLE 4. ESTIMATES BY AGE, SEX AND MAPITAL STATUS, CANADA 17
'2OLEAU 4. ESTIMATIONS SELLS L'GE, LB SEXA U LETAT MATRIMONIAL. CANAT'A
JULY - 1978 -JUILLET
I
POPULATICN
I
I
I
I
j
.
.
TOTAL
IEMPLOYMENT
j
EI4PLOI
THOUSANDS -
jPARTICI-
INOTIN
-
ILABOUR
IPOPULATION ACTIVE
I
IPA1ION
IFORCE
UNFMPLOY-I
ME'T
POPULATION
CHOMAGE
IRATE
IINACTIVEI
MILLIERS
J
TAUX
D'AClIVITE
j
USEMPLOY MENI RATE
TAVX 05
CIMAGE I
1
I
EMPLDYMEST/
P3PULAIICY4
R3TIO
RAPPORT
EMPLOI/
POPULATION
I
I
j
PER CENT-POURCENTAGE
6THSEXES - LESOEUXSEXES
17,819
15-24YEARS-ASS ................
. 4,580
25YEARS AND OVER - ASS ET PLUS
. 3,038
25-04 Y'.AQS -ASS............. ..
. 8,990
20-84YEARS - ASS ............... ..13,238
20-44 YEARS - ASS............. ...8,786
45-84'EEARS - ASS............. ...4,452
SINGLE -CELIBATAISES.............. ...4,695
15-24YEA'S-ASS............... ...3,487
25 YEARS 950 OVER - ASS AT PLUS
1,208
25-04YEARS-ASS..............
... 911
20-84YEARS-ASS................
..2,320
20-44YEARS-ASS..............
.. 2,048
45-84YEARS -ASS..............
... 272
MARRIED_- IARI....................
11,228
15-24YEARS-ASS............... ...1,046
25VEERS AND OVER - ASSETPLUS•
10,182
25-04YEARS -ASS............. .. 7,436
20-64YEARS-ASS............... .. 9,936
20-44YEARS -ASS............. .. 6,290
45-64YEARS-ASS............. .. 3,646
C_LIME'-ALTERS.......................1,896
35-24AkS-ASS.................... 48
25 YEARS ANC OVER - ASS IT PLUS•
1,648
25-54YEARS-ASS................ 644
20-84YEARS - AN5.................. 983
20-44YEARS - ASS.................449
45-64 YEARS -ASS.................534
11,570
3,483
8,087
6,818
9,193
6,938
2,858
3,564
2,670
894
788
2,228
1,836
192
7,328
779
6,549
5,559
7,123
4,765
2,358
678
34
844
470
642
337
305
10,844
2,997
7,647
6,432
9,152
6,431
2,721
3,099
2,271
829
729
1,830
1,852
178
8,920
697
6,223
5,275
6,733
4,475
2,257
625
29
595
429
589
334
285
927
488
441
384
641
507
135
465
399
EE
59
198
184
14
408
82
326
284
391
290
101
54
5
49
41
53
33
20
8,048
1,097
4,951
2,114
3,445
1,849
1,596
1,131
817
314
123
292
212
80
3,900
287
3,633
1,877
2,812
1.525
1,288
11018
13
1,004
174
341
112
229
85.7
76.0
62.0
75.8
74.0
79.0
64.1
75.9
76.6
74.0
86.5
87.4
89.o
70.6
65.3
74.5
64.3
74.8
71.7
75.8
64.7
40.3
71.9
39.1
73.0
65.3
75.1
57.2
8.0
14.0
5.4
5.6
6.5
7.3
4.7
13.0
14.9
7.0
7.5
9.7
10.0
7.1
5.6
10.5
0.0
'..1
5.5
6.1
4.3
7.9
14.4
7.6
8.8
8.2
9.8
6.5
MEN_- HDEME
8,658
15-24YEARS-ANS.................2,316
25 YEARS ASC OVER - ASS IT PLUS•
6,342
25-04 YEARS-ASS..............
4,496
20-84 YEARS -ASS............... ..6,584
-44YEARS - ASS............. .
20
4 ,402
-5-84_YEARS-ASS....... ........2,182
- CELIRATAIRES ................2,580
.4SEARS-ASS............... ..1,909
YARS AND OVER - ASS ET PLUS
671
-S'.YEARS-ASS................. 546
4SEARS-ASS............... ..1,361
2-44YEARS - ASS............. ..1,215
'.5-44YEARS-ASS.................146
MARElEO-NARIES................... ..5,650
15-24YEARS - ASS.................. 391
25 YEARS AND OVER - ASS ET PLUS •
5,258
25-54YEARS-ASS............. ..3,751
20-64YEARS -ASS................. 4,943
20--''.YEARS-ASS...............3,042
45-64YEARS-ASS............... 1,898
OTHER-AUTRES......................... 428
15 - 24YEARS-ASS....................15
25 YEARS AND OVER - ASS AT PLUS
413
25-54 YEARS-ASS................. 199
20-44YEARS -ASS...................283
20-44YEARS - ASS................. 145
45-64 YEA9S - ASS ................. 139
7,118
1.941
5,177
4,303
6,100
4,218
1,882
2,083
1.553
531
481
1,212
11111
105
4,783
374
4,409
3,844
4,647
2,973
1,674
252
14
238
179
238
134
10'.
6,622
1,666
4,956
4,i20
5,751
3,955
1,806
1,793
1,309
484
438
1,077
982
95
4,597
344
4,252
3,517
4,467
2,850
1,617
232
12
219
165
218
123
9'.
497
275
221
183
339
263
76
290
244
46
43
139
129
10
186
30
156
121
119
123
57
20
...
18
14
20
11
9
1,535
374
1,185
192
484
184
300
497
357
140
65
145
104
41
867
17
850
107
293
69
224
172
...
175
20
45
11
35
82.2
83.8
81.6
95.7
92.7
95.8
86.3
80.8
81.3
79.1
88.'.
89.3
91.4
71.8
84.7
95.8
83.6
97.1
94.1
97.7
88.2
58.9
95.0
57.5
89.9
84.0
92.7
14.11
7.0
14.2
4.3
4.3
5.6
6.2
4.0
13.9
15.7
8.7
8.8
11.5
11.6
9.5
3.9
7.9
3.5
3.5
3.9
4.1
3.4
8.1
...
7.7
6.0
8.5
8.2
9.0
76.5
71.9
74.1
91.6
87.5
89.9
82.8
69.5
68.8
72.2
83.3
79.1
.10.8
65.0
81.4
88.1
83.9
93.8
90.4
93.7
85.2
54.1
83.8
53.1
82.7
76.8
85.1
68.1
'dOMES - FEMMES
8,961
15-24SEARS-ASS............... ..2,265
25 YESES AND OVER - ASS ETPLUS
6,696
25-04YEARS-ASS...............4,495
20-64YEARS-ASS.................8,654
20-44YEARS-ASS...............4,384
45-6',YEARS-ASS...............2,270
SINGLE -CELIBATAIRES .............. ..2,115
15-2'.YEARS-ASS ............... ..1,577
25YEARSANC OVER - 455 ITPLUS
537
25-04 YEARS-ASS................. 365
20-84YEARS-ASS................... 959
20-44 YEARS-ASS................. 832
45-64 YEARS -ASS................. 126
MARRIED-F-IAR(AES.................... 5,578
15-24YEARS - ASS.................. 654
25 YEXRS ANC OVER - ASS ETPLUS•
4,924
25-54 YEARS -ASS..............
3,685
20-64YEARS-ASS................
4,996
20-4'.YEARS-ANS..............
3,248
45-24YEARS - ASS..............
1,748
ETHER-AUTRES ......................
1,268
15-24YEARS - ASS................
.33
25 YEARS ANC OVER - ASS IT PLUS
1.235
25-54YEARS -AIRS..............
445
:3-64YEARS-ASS................
699
20-44 YEARS -AIRS ..............
304
45-84 YEARS -ASS..............
396
4,452
1,542
21910
2.513
3,693
2,719
973
1.481
1,117
364
307
812
724
87
2.545
405
2,140
1,915
2,477
1,792
684
426
20
406
291
404
203
202
4.022
1,331
2,691
21312
3.390
2,476
915
1,306
962
344
291
753
670
84
2,323
352
1.970
1,158
2,265
1,625
640
393
17
318
264
372
181
191
430
211
219
201
303
244
59
175
155
19
17
58
55
4
222
52
170
151
212
167
45
33
...
30
27
33
22
10
4,509
723
3,786
1,962
2,961
1,665
1,297
634
460
174
58
147
108
39
3,033
250
2,783
1,710
2,519
1,456
1,064
842
13
829
154
295
101
194
49.7
68.1
43.5
55.9
55.5
62.0
42.9
70,0
70.8
67.7
84.2
84.7
87.0
69.2
45.6
61.9
43.5
52.0
49.6
55.2
39.1
33.6
61.3
32.9
65.4
57.8
66.1
51.0
9.7
13.1
1.5
8.0
8.2
9.0
8.0
11.8
13.9
5.3
5.4
1.2
7.5
4.2
8.7
12.9
7.9
8.2
8.5
9.3
6.5
7.8
...
7.5
9.2
8.1
10.9
5.2
44.9
58.8
40.2
51.4
50.9
56.5
40.3
61.8
61,0
64.1
79.2
78.6
83.5
66.3
41.6
53.9
40.0
47.7
45.3
50.0
56.6
31.0
52.1
33.4
59.4
53.1
59.4
48.3
00.4
85.4
p9,1
73.2
0I.1
00.0
65.1
64.6
80.0
78.9
80.7
65.6
61.8
66.8
61.1
70.5
67.6
61.9
36.8
61.5
36.1
46.6
67.7
3.5
TABLE 5. ESTIMATES BY PROVINCE, AGE AND SEX
18
TABLEAU 5. ESTIMATIONS SELON LA PROVINCE, LGE El LE SEXE
JULY - 1978 - JUILLET
LABOUR FORCE
EMPLOYMl.'
-
NOT INPARTICI- POPULATIONACTIVELABOURPATTONUNEMPLOY- POPULATI
POPULATION ________________________________ FORCE RATERENT RATE RAIL
LJNEMPLOY- -
--
EMPLOYMENT RENTPOPULATIONTAUX -TAUX DE RAPPORT
TOTAL- -INACTIVEO'ACTI VISECHUMAGEENPLDI/
POPULATION
EMPLOTCHOMAGE
THOUSANDS - MILLIERS PER CENT-POURCENTAGE
17,419 11,570 A10,644 A927C6,04865.78.060.4
MEN - HCMMFS ........................ ....8,6587,1186,6224971,53982.27.076.5
...,961
8
4,4524,0224304,50949.79.744.9
WOMEN - FEMMES ......................
15-24 YEARS - INS ......................4,580 3,4832,9974861109776.014.065.4
25 YEARS AND OVER - ASS CT PLES
13,0388,0877,6474414,95162.05.458.0
MEN - HOMMPS ...................... .....6,3425,1774,9562211,16581.64.378.1
WOMEN - FEMMES ....................
.... 6 ,696 2,910 2,6912193,786 43.57.540.2
NWFCUNOL86C - TERRE-NEUVE ................. 385222 C188C34E16357.715.448.8
MEN - HIMMES ..............................195 14712622 4875.614.664.5
WOMEN - FEMMES ............................ 190 75621311530.316.932.7
4465.422.550.7
15-24 YEARS - AND .........................126 826419
25 YEARS AND OVER - ENS El PLIS
260 14012416 12053.911.247.9
HEN - ECHOES ............................131 998910 3275.410.467.6
WOMEN - FElINES ..........................129 41 365 8732.013.027.8
PRINCE EDWARD I. - .-:U-PPINCE-EOCU4°fl 90
MEN - HCMMES .............................. 44
WOMEN - FEMES ............................ 46
15 - 2 '. YEARS - ASS ......................... 26
25 YEARS ANC DyE' - ASS El PLLS 64
MEN - HOMMES .............................31
WOMEN - FEMMES .......................... 34
58 C53C4
3432. ..
23
21...
2018. ..
3835...
22...
23
1514...
3264.17.1 59.1
978.6.. .
73.6
45.4
2350.3...
4 77.7. . .69.3
2758.5. . .35.)
71.0
8 74.9...
1943.5.. .40.4
NOVA SCOTIA - MOLVELLE-ECOSSE ...............614371 C332C 395 24360.410.654.1
MEN - lICMRES ............................. 29723123625 6677.710.1 69.4
WOMEN - FEMMES ............................ 317 1401261517744.210.439.6
15-24 YRARS - 735 ......................... 16612310122 4473.717.760.7
25 YEARS AND SEE' - ENS ET P115 44824923118 19955.57.151.6
5275.86.470.9
MEN - NCMMES ............................ 214 16215210
WOMEN - FEMMES ......................... 234 86797 14737.08.333.9
NEW ERUNSWICK - NCUVEAU-BRUNSW ICI( 509304 C268C36620559.712.052.
MEN - I-4(MMES ............................. 250 19017020 5976.210.166.
WOE'N - FEMMES ............................2591149816 14642.814.137.
15-24 YEARN - 795 .........................147 1028220 4569.219.355.
25 YEARS AND OVER - ASS IT PLLS 36220218517 16055.88.35..
MEN - II3MMES ............................17513212310 4315.67.270.
WOMEN - FEMPES ..........................187 7062 7 11737.310.333.
4,8133.013 B2,7101330301,80062.610.1
MEN - HIMMES ........................ .....2,3491 1 6951,72417145560.79.073.6
WOMEN - FEMIES ...................... .....2,4631,1189861321,34545.411.840.0
15-24 YEARS - INS ................... .....1,28791675915737271.111.258.9
25 YEA'S AND OVER - ENS FT PIES 3,5252,C971,9511461,42859.57.055.4
lEN - HIMMES ...................... .....1,6981,3831,3038031581.45.8 16.7
WOMEN - FEOMES .................... .....1,827 714648661111339.19.235.5
ONTARIO ...............................
MEN - HEMMES ........................
WCMRN - FEM4F5 ......................
11-24 YEARS - 235 ...................
25 YEAPS INC
VEP - ASS IT PLES
P455 - HOMMES ......................
WOMEN - FEM'ES ....................
6,4214,404 A4,088A31602,01868.67.263.7
3,1502,6522,49415849884.25.979.2
3,2321,7521,5941581,52053.59.048.7
9
.....1,8011,2601,107163 32179.912.7 6.8
4,8203,1242,9701531,69764.84.961.6
.....2,3411,953 1,8566738883.43.480.6
.....2,4801,1711 1 084871,30941.2 7.443.7
.....
.....
.....
MANITOBA ....................................757 456 B465832126165.66.401.4
MEN - HEMNES ..............................211 30328617 6881.65.517.1
WOMEN - ERRORS ............................386 19317815 19250.17.744.3
15-24 YEARS - .............................191 148 13117 4277.911.5 68.9
25 YEARS INC JvI - ASS IT PIES 566 3483331421961.44.258.9
MEN - 111911 . ............................215 2192126 5079.52.977.2
WCMEFI - FEMILs ..........................240 124121 816244.36.341.5
SASKATCI-ERAN ................................101 457 II438C19124365.34.262.5
MEN - HCMMES ..............................350 2892809 6082.73.180.2
WOMEN - REMMES ............................351 16615810 18347.94.145.0
15-24 YEARS - ............................195 15113911 4577.17.511.3
25 YF6RS AND V - 335 LT PIES 553372998 19860.72.659.1
MEN - HOMO'............................251 2001964 5179.52.077.9
WCMEN - FE' .........................254 1071034 14742.23.840.6
AlBERTA ............................... .....1,400985 8939046441470.44.767.1
MEN - MEMOS .............................701 60558224 9588.43.933.1)
801408 - FEIPOFE ............................699 3303572331954.46.051.1
15-24 YEARS - A\5 .........................377 30527728 7380.79.2 73.3
25 YEA' S ASS iCC- - 5' FT PLLS 1,022 6816621934166.62.764.8
MEN - ECMMES ...........................5C9 4334249 7685.12.183.3
4- 4
- FERRIS .................... ....513248238926848.33.844
89111514 (CLUMAIP - CCL 3 "EIE-8RITANEIIOUE 1,9291,260 13 1.163d96066965.37.6
MEl) - 4CMRES .............................951 77172150 18081.16.575.WOMEN - FEM'4FS ............................5784894434648950.09.441.
15-24 YEARS - ASS ........................443 35730946 10677.113.566.1
25 YEARS AND OVEP - ASS El PIES ..... .....1,46690385448 56361.65.45.
MEN - H090FS ............................718 57455024 14479.94.271.
wOMEN - RERRES ..........................748 3293052441944.07.443.
TAISLE6.ESTIMATESBY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
1I"SThONS
JJLY -
S
f.OPULATION
19
SELON LE NIVEAU OINSTRUCTION
1978 -JUILLET
LABcLJR FORCE
POPULATION ACTIVE
--- --------- -- --------
TOTAL
EMPLOYMENT
EMPLOI
NOTIN
LABOUR
FORCE
UNEMPLOY
NEST
POPULATION
INACTIVE
CHOMAGE
THOUSANDS - MIII IERS
.
EMPLOYMENT/
UNEMPIOS- POPULATION
MENT RATE
RATIO
TAUX DI
RAPPORT
CHMAGE
EMPLOI/
POPULATION
PER CENT - POURCENTAGE
CANADA......................................
17,819
0-8YEARS-0A8AJINEES ...................4,285
HIGH SCHOOL(1)-ETUDES SECCNOAIRE5(1)•
8,803
SOMEPCST-SECONIDARY - QIJELQUES ETUDES
POST-SFCONCAIRES ...........................1,479
POSTSECONDARY CERTIFACATE DR DIPLOMA CERTIFICAT OU OIPLME FCST-SECONDAIRE....
1,766
UNIVERSITYDEGREE-DEGPUNIVEPSITAISE ..
1,286
11.573
1,98E
6,000
10,644
1,914
5,451
927
167
549
6,048
2,303
2,803
65.7
46.2
68.2
8.0
8.4
9.1
60.4
42.3
61.9
1,183
1,096
86
296
80.0
7.3
74.1
1,323
1,083
1,247
1,035
76
47
443
203
14.9
84.2
8.8
4.4
70.6
80.3
MEN-HCMMES................................8,658
0-8YEARS-0A8ANNEES ...................2,158
HIGH SCHOOL(1)-ETUDESSECCNDAIRES Ill
4,153
SOME POST-SECCNCARY - QUELQUES ETUDES
POST-SECONOAIPES .............................769
POST SECONCAMY CERTIFICATE 3R DIPLOMA CERTIFICATOU DIPLME PCST-SECONDAIRR
773
UNIVERSITY DEGREE - DEGRE UNIVERSITAIPE
805
7,118
1,415
3.551
6,622
1,309
3.266
497
106
285
1,539
743
603
82.2
65.6
88.5
7.0
7.5
8.0
76.5
60.7
78.6
696
646
49
73
90.T
7.1
84.1
712
745
682
718
30
27
61
60
92.1
62.6
4.1
3.6
88.3
89.3
WOMEN-FEMMES..............................8,961
0-8YEARS-0AAENNEES...................2,127
HTCHSCHOOL(1)-ETUDESSECONDAIRES Ill.
4,649
SOMEPOST-SECONOARY - OUELQUES ETUTES
POST-SECONLAIRES .............................. 110
POST SECONDARY CERTIFICATE OP DIPLOMA CEPTIFICAT OU DIPLME PCST-SECCNCAIRE
693
UNIVERSITY DEGREE -OEGRE UNIVYRSITAIRE
491
4,452
566
2,449
4.022
505
21185
430
61
264
4,509
1,561
2,200
49.7
26.6
52.7
9.7
10.8
10.8
44.9
23.1
47.3
487
450
37
223
88.2
7.6
63.4
611
338
564
317
47
21
382
143
61.5
70.3
7.7
6.1
56.8
65.9
15 -2'.YEARS - 15A24ASS................
4,580
-9YEARS-0A8ANNEES.................... 373
'IOU SCHOOLIll-ETUDESSRCCNDAIRES (1)
3,135
ME FOST-SECONCAPY - OtELOUES TU0FS
-5T5ECCNCAIES ............................. 567
ST SECONDARY CERTIFACATE OR DIPLOMA TIFICATOU DIPLflME POST-SECCNCAIRE
37,)
'NIVERSIIY DEGREE - DEGRE UNIAERSITAIRE
135
3,483
235
2,335
2,697
156
1,981
486
49
354
11097
168
800
76.0
55.0
74.5
14.0
23.9
15.2
65.4
41.9
63.2
494
448
46
72
87.2
9.3
79.1
328
121
302
109
25
12
42
15
88.7
89.2
7.8
5.7
81.1,
83.5
13,038
3,912
5,667
8.087
1,776
3,265
7,647
1,658
3.470
441
118
195
41955
2,136
2,002
62.0
45.4
64.7
5.4
6.7
5.2
58.6
42.4
6.2
YEARSAND OVER - 25 ASSETPLUS.........
0-8YEARS - 099ANNEES ..................
HIGH SCHOOL Ill-ETUDESSECONDAIRESIll
SOME POST-SECENIDAPY - QUELQUES TUOE5
POST-S€CONCAINES..........................
POSTSECONDARY CERTIFACATE DR DIPLOMA CERTIFICAT flU DIPLME PCST-SECONDAIRE
UNIVERSITYDEGREE - DEGREUNIVEPSITAIPE
O
PARTICIPATION
PATE
TAUX
D'ACIIVITE
912
688
648
43
224
75.5
5.9
71.0
1,341
1 1 150
995
962
944
926
51
36
402
188
75.3
83.6
5.1
3.7
67.6
83.5
NEWFOUNDLAND -TERRE-NEUVE..................
395
0-8YEARS-0ABANNEE..................
. 140
HIGHSCHOOLIll-ETUDESSECCNDAIP.ES(1)•
162
SOME PCST-SECCNCARY - QUELGUES ETUDES
POST-SECONCA IPES ................................24
POSTSECONDARY CERTIFACATE OR DIPLOMA CERT IF 1081 flU DIPLME POST-SECC.NOAIRE
44
UNIVERSITY DEGREE -DEGRE UNIVERSITAIRE
14
222
59
98
188
49
80
34
10
18
163
82
64
57.7
41.8
60.7
15.4
16.8
18.2
48.8
34.7
47.5
18
16
. ..
2
7.Y
..
33
14
3D
13
•..
...
10
..
7..
AY .
PRINCE EC6APO ISLAND -1LF-DU-PRINCE-EDOUIRD
90
0-8YEARS- 0 X8ANNES......................... 26
HIGH SCHOOL Ill-TUOES SECCNDAIPES (1)
42
SCNE PCST-SFCCNCRRY - OUELQJES ETUDES
POST-SECDNCAIRES ................................. 8
POST SECONDARY CETIFACATE OR DIPLOMA CERTIFICATflUDIPLME PCSI-SECCNDAIRE .. ..
9
UNIVERSITY DEGREE - QEOREUNIVERSITAIPE..
5
58
13
28
53
12
25
3
L..1
. ..
13
14
50.2
5
..
7
4
5
...
4
".
NOVASCOTIA - NOUVELLE-ECOSSE .....................61',
0-6YEARS - 08 ANNEE S....................... 160
HIGHSCHOOLIII-ETUDESSECDNDA_IRS(11
304
SOMEPOST-SECONDARY - QLELQUES ETUDES
POST-SECDNCA1RES................................38
POST SECONDARY CERTIFICATE OR DIPLOMA CERTIFICAT OU DIPICAF PEST-SICONDAIRE
70
UNIVERSITY DEGREE-DEGRE UNIVEESITAIRE
42
371
71
188
332
62
104
YE
13
22
29
27
...
49
34
45
33
4
...
..
6
4
...
.
.3
...
. •.
7.7
...
.8
59.1
45.7
63.2
...
72.4
•.
7.2
. ..
.•.
7.
i_s
...
...
73.1
75.8
243
10.4
44.2
61.7
IC.6
13.4
11.9
5.1
38.6
54.4
77.1
...
71.0
69.4
7.8
...
78.8
ES
117
21
7
82.2
TIUDES PERSONS WHO HAVE EITHER CORPLETED THEIR SECONDARY EDUCATION OR HAD IT LEAST SOMF SECONDARY EDUCATION, RUT WHO HAVE NOT
ANY POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION. - ENO LES PERSCNNES QUI CATCOMPLETELEURS ETUDES SECQNOAIRES IO U GUI ONT FAIT AU MOINS QUELQUES ETUDES SECLNDAIRES. Ai lS'JUl
413AUCUOC ETUDEPOST-SECOIID4IIY5.
20
TABLE 6. ESTIMATES BY
TABLEAU 6.ESTIMATIONS
EDUCATIONAL
SELON LE NTVEAU
JULY -
D'INSTRUCTION
1978 -JUILLET
LABOUR FORCE
NOTIN
LABOUR
POPULATION ACTIVE
--------------FORCE
UNEMPLOY
EMPLOYPOPULATION
BENT
BENT
INACTIVE
TOTAL
EMPLOI
CHMAGE
-
POPULATION
ATTAINMENT
-
-
--
-
-
THOUSANDS -
PARTICIPATION
RATE
UNEMPI.OYRENT RATE
TAUX
DACTIVITE
TALJX OR
CMMAGE
-
PER CENT
MILL ZERS
-
EMPL3YMF./
POPULATI
RATIJ
-
RAPPORT
EMPLOI/
POPULATION
-PO(JRCENTAGE
52.6
35.1
56.8
NEW BRUNSWICK - NOUVEAU-ARUNSWICK .............. 509
0-BYEARS - 04 BANNES.................... 170
231
HIGH SCIOOL (1)-ETUDES SECONDAIPES UI
SOME PCST-SECCNCARY - QLELQUES TUDES
POST-SECONDAIPES............................. 33
POST SECONDARY CERTIFACATE OR OIPLCMA 45
CERTIFICAT OU DIPLME PCT-SECONDAIPE ..
30
UNIVERSITYDEGREE -DEGRE UNIVERSITAIRE
304
71
150
268
60
131
36
12
19
205
99
81
59.7
41.9
65.0
12.0
16.3
12.7
25
23
...
8
76.8
...
71.0
32
25
30
23
...
13
5
71.5
83.2
.
66.2
79.4
4,813
0UEB......................................
0-8YEARS -0 'A8ANNES...................1,496
2,236
HIGH SCHOOL (1)-TUDESSRCCNDAIRES (1)
SOME PCST-SRCCNCARY - QUELDUES TUOES
POST-SECONCAIRES............................ 292
POST SECONDARO CERIIFACATE OR DIPLCMA 506
CE1!FICATOU DIP1ME PC.ST-5ECOEICAIPE
283
UNIVERSITYDEGREE-DEGRUNIAERSTTAIRE
3,013
682
1,449
2,710
621
19275
303
61
174
1,800
814
787
62.6
45.6
64.8
10.1
8.9
12.0
56.3
41.5
57.0
241
217
24
51
82.4
10.1
74.1
397
244
366
231
31
12
108
39
78.6
86.1
7.9
5.0
72.4
81.8
6,421
CNTARIO .....................................
1,382
0-AYEARS-0AAANNEES ..................
HIGH SCHOIL (1)-ETUDESSECONDAIRES(1)•
3,268
SOME PCST-SECCNCARY - QLELQUESTUDES
POST-SECONDAIRES............................ 606
POST SECONDARY CERIIFACATE OR DIPLCMA 631
CERTIFICAT OU DIPLME PCST-SECCNCAIRE
534
UNIVERSITYDEGREE -CR081 UNIVER5ITAIRE
4,434
674
2,320
4,088
628
2,127
316
46
192
2 1 018
709
948
68.6
48.7
71.0
7.2
6.8
8.3
63.7
45.4
65.1
493
457
37
113
81.4
7.4
75.3
467
450
445
430
22
20
165
83
73.9
84.4
4.7
4.4
70.5
80.7
MANITOEA...................................... 757
0-8YEARS-0A8ANNEES.................... 194
372
HIGH SCHOOL I1-ETUDESSECCNDAIRES 111•
SOME PCST-SRCCNDAPY - QUEL0UES TU0ES
POST-SECONDAIPES.............................69
POST SECONDARY CERIIFACATE OP DIPLOMA 69
CERTIFICATOU OIPLMEPOST-SECONCAIRE
54
UNIVERSITYDEGREE -DEGRE UNIVERSITAIRE..
496
92
256
465
85
239
32
7
18
261
102
116
65.6
47.4
68.8
6.4
7.4
7.0
61.4
43.9
64.0
53
49
4
16
77.1
6.9
71.8
50
45
48
44
19
8
70.0
84.3
...
SASKATCIE6AN.................................. 701
0-8YEARS-0ABANNES.................... 191
UDES SECCNDAIRESIll
361
HIGH SCHOOL (1)
SOMEPOST-SECCNOARY - QLJELQUES nUDES
PTST-SECONCAIRES ..............................52
POST SECCNCAQY CEPITFACATE OR DIPLOMA CIRTIFICAT CU DIPLOMA PCST-SECONCAIRE
58
UNIVRRSITYDOGREP -CEGPEUNIVERSITAIRE
38
457
90
254
438
87
241
13
243
101
107
65.3
47.3
70.4
40
38
...
12
76.2
42
31
41
30
•..
...
16
7
72.3
81.3
...
73.5
18.9
985
109
545
939
102
516
46
7
29
414
122
201
70.4
47.2
72.5
4.7
6.2
5.3
67.1
44.3
68.6
115
111
4
28
80.6
3.4
71.9
110
106
116
104
4
...
37
21
75.1
83.3
4.0
,.
72.1
81.4
11260
121
712
1,163
108
651
96
12
61
669
174
363
65.3
40.9
66.2
7.6
10.2
8.9
63.3
36.7
63.6
163
152
10
52
75.9
6.2
71.1
135
129
129
122
6
7
52
28
72.1
82.3
4.7
5.2
68.7
78.0
-
.
ALBERTA ....................................
1,400
0-6YEARS-348ANPAEES .................... 230
752
HIGH SCHOOL (I)
ETUDES5RCONOAIRESIll•
SCNE POST-SECONDARY - QUTLQUES ETUDES
POST-SECONCAIRES ............................. 143
POST SECCNCARY CERTIFACATE OR DIPLOMA CERTIFICATOU OIPLME pC57-SEOJt4CAIRE •
147
127
UNIVERSITY DIGREB - DEGRE UNIVEPSITAIRE
-
8ITISH COLUMBIA - COLDBAIE_96ITANNIOUE
3-8YEARS-01AANNES..................
HIGH SCHOOL111 -ETUDESSECCNDAIRES (11
SOME POST-SECCNCARY - QUELGUES ETUDES
POST-SECONCAIBES ...........................
POST SECONDARY CERIIFACATE OR DIPLOMA CENTIFICATOU DIPLME PCST-SECCNOAIRE
UNIVERSITYOEGREE - DEGRE UNIVERSITAIPE •
1,929
.. 295
1,075
214
198
157
--------- ------- ------------4------------------
...
...
...
19
. ..
...
...
4.2
70.t.
81.8
5.1
62.8
45.7
66.9
...
73.5
...
..
---_-----
Ill INCLUDES PERSONS AND HAVE EITHER COMPLETED THEIR SECONDARY EDUCATION OR HAD AT LEAST SOME SECONDARY EDUCATION, BUT WHO HAVE NOT
HAD ANY PCST-SECCNCARY EDUCATION.- --
COMPREP4O LES PERSONNES QUI ONT COMPLETE LEURS ETUDES SECCNOAIRES DU GUI ONT FAIl AU MaINS '2UELQUES ETUDES SECONDAIPES, MAtS GUI
ONI FAIT AUCUNE glUDE posr-sEcoNoA[R8.
0
TABLE 7. ESTIMATES BY PROVINCE, FAMILY STATUS AND SEX 21
TABLEAU 7. ESTIMATIONS SELON LA PROVINCE, LA SITUATION DABS LA FAMILLE ET LI SUE
JULY - 0978 - JUILLAT
--------------------.
ILABOUR FORCE
I
IPOPULATION ACTIVE
ILABOUR
I
(PSLAT ION
-
NOT IN
FORCE
EMPLOY-UNEMPLOYMENTMENT
POPULATION
TOTAL- INACTIVE
EMPLOICHOMASE
THOUSANDS - MILLIBES
is
PARTICEPATIO'.
RATE
TAUX_
D'ACTIVITR
EMPLOYMENT/
.INEMPLDT- POPULWTION
MINT RATE
RATIO
TAJ8 OR
RAPPORT
CHCMAGE
EMPLOI/
POPULATION
PEE CENT - POURCENTASE
17,619
MEMAERS OF FAMILY - MEMBRES D'UNR
FANILLE
15,416
HEADOFUNIT - CHEF OEFAI4ILLE .... .......
6,198
SPOUSE -CONJOINT . ................ .......
5,354
$INGLE CHILDREN - INFANTS C(LIBATAIRES
3,166
OTHER RELATIVES - AUTRES PARENTS ........659
JNATTACHEO iNDIVIDUALS - PEBSONNES SEULUS
2.203
11,570
10,202
5,032
2,466
2,370
334
1,368
10,644
9,378
4,V26
2,254
2,004
294
1,266
921
825
205
213
366
41
102
6,048
5,214
1,166
2,928
796
324
830
65.7
66.2
81.2
45.1
74.9
50.8
62.1
8.0
8.1
4.1
8.6
15.4
12.2
1.4
60.4
60.8
77.9
41.R
63.3
44.6
07.5
MEN-IIOMMES.................................
6,658
MEMRES OF FAMILY - NEMBRES O'UNB PAMILLE
7,680
HEAD OF UNIT - CHEFDE FAMILLE ...........
5,535
SPOUSE-CONJOINT...........................72
SINGLE CHILDREN - ENFANTS CELIVATAIRES
1.796
OTHER RELAIIVRS - AUTRE5 PARENTS ........... 277
UNATTACHED INDIVIDUALS - PRRSONNRS SEULES
978
7.1ER
6,383
4 1 693
61
1,440
189
735
6,622
5,948
4,517
56
1,210
165
674
497
435
176
5
230
24
62
1,539
1,297
842
12
357
dl
242
82.2
83.1
84.8
84.0
80.1
68.5
75.2
7.0
6.8
3.8
7.9
16.0
12.8
8.4
76.5
77.4
81.6
77,4
67.3
59.8
68.9
WOMEN-FEMMES...............................
8,961
MEMBERS OP FAMILY - MEMBERS OUNE FAMILLE
7,736
HEAD OF UNIT -CHEF DEFUMILLE .............. 663
SPOUSE -CONJOINT ........ ................
0,322
SINGLE CHILDREN - ENFANTS CLIBATAIRBS
1,389
OTHER RELATIVES - AUTRESPARENTS............ 382
UNATTACHED INOIVIOUALS - PERSONNEl SEULES .
1,225
4,452
31819
338
2,406
931
145
633
4,022
3,430
309
2,198
794
128
592
430
390
29
208
136
17
40
4,509
3,916
324
2,916
439
237
592
49.7
49.4
51.0
45.2
68.0
37.9
51.6
9.7
10.2
8.6
8.6
14.6
11.5
6.4
44.9
44.3
46.7
41.3
SB.0
33.6
48.3
NEWFOUNDLAND - TEBER-NEUVE .......................385
MEM8EEE OF FAMILY - BEHAVES DUNE FAMILLE
364
HEAD OF UNIT - CHEF OR FAHILLE ..............130
SPOUSE- CONJOINT ........................... 119
SINGLE CHILDREN - ENFANTS CLIBATAIRES
90
OTHER RELATIVES - AUTRES PARENTS
26
UNATTACHED INDIVIDUALS - PERSONNES SEI.JLES
21
222
211
98
42
59
12
11
188
178
89
36
44
10
10
34
33
ID
6
15
...
...
163
153
32
76
31
14
13
57.7
56.0
75.7
35.6
65.8
44.8
51.9
15.4
13.8
10.0
10.2
26.0
. ,.
. ..
48.8
48.6
68.1
30.3
48.7
37.5
48.6
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND - ILE-IGJ-PEINCE-EDQUARO
90
MEMBERS OF FAMILY - MEMRRES O'UNE FAWILLE •
81
HEAD OF UNIT - CHEFSEFAMILLE.............. 30
SPOUSE - CONJOINT ...........................26
SINGLE CHILDREN - ENFANTS CLI6ATAIRES
20
OTHER RELATIVES - AUTRES PARENTS
5
UNATTACHED INDIVIOWALS - PRRSONNES SEULES
9
58
53
48
21
12
13
4
4
. ..
...
•..
32
28
V
13
5
69.1
65.0
73.9
492
76..8
7.7
7.9
...
•. .
•..
59.1
59.V
72.1
44,3
68.7
5
5
..•
4
55.6
...
52.2
.4SCOTIA- NOUVELLE-ECOSSE.................... 614
YEMOESS OF FAMILY - MEMBRES O'UNE YAWl LLE •
549
140 OF UNIT - CHEF ORFAMILLE..............212
UUSE-CONJOINT........................... 186
-NILE CHILDREN - ENFANTG C(LIBATAIRES
120
4ER RELATIVES - A1JTRES PARENTS
32
,--JrACHEQ INDIVIDUALS - PERSONNEl SEULES
65
371
339
161
75
BA
16
33
332
302
132
69
69
13
30
39
37
9
7
17
4
•..
243
211
50
UI
34
15
32
60.4
61.6
76.2
40.4
71.5
51.5
50.4
10.6
6
10..8
5
8.9
19.7
22.4
...
54.1
55.0
71.8
36.8
51.4
40.0
46.4
P9S6ICK -NOUVEAU-BRUNSWICK................ 009
9UMAERS OF FAMILY - MEMRRES D'UNE FABILLE •
457
HEAD OF UNIT - CHEF DEFAMILLE..............177
SPOUSE-CONJOINT...........................150
SINGLE CHILOEEN - ENFANTS CLI$ATAIRES
107
OTHER RELATIVES - AUTRESPARENTS
24
UNATTACHED INDIVIDUALS - FRESONNES SEOLES
52
304
271
130
62
72
11
21
268
244
123
54
56
24
36
34
9
8
15
...
...
205
180
45
Be
35
12
25
59.7
60.6
74.5
41.3
67.6
47.2
51.6
12.0
12.1
6.5
12.8
20.2
•..
...
52.6
53.2
69.6
36.0
54.0
36.6
46.4
QUELC .........................................4,813
MTMBERS OF FAMILY - MEMERES DUNE FVMILLE
4,264
HEAD OF UNIT - CHEF SEFAMILLE............ 1,679
SPOUSB -CONJOINT ......................... 1,445
SINGLE CHILDREN - ENFANTS CLIBATAIRES
982
OTHER RELATIVES - AUTRES PARENTS
158
UNATTACHED INDIVIDUALS - PERSONNEl SEULES •
548
3,013
2,690
1,342
595
684
TO
322
2,710
2.419
1,272
527
560
61
291
303
271
70
68
125
9
32
1,800
1.014
337
851
298
88
226
62.6
63.1
80.0
41.1
69.6
442
58..8
10.1
10.1
5.2
11.4
18.2
12.5
9.8
56.3
56.7
75,8
36.4
57.0
38.7
53.0
ONB . .........................................6,421
14 BBS OF FAMILY - MEM8EBS D'UNE FAMILLE •
5,616
HEAD OF UNIT - CHEF 08FAMILLE...........
2,281
SPOUSE - CONJOINT ......................... 1,976
SINGLE CHILDREN - ENFANTS CILIRATAIRRS
1,106
OTHER RELATIVES - LiTRES PARENTS
252
UNATTACHED INOIVIOUALS - PERSONNES SEIJLES
805
4.404
3,888
1,894
987
880
128
515
4,086
3,610
1.828
909
758
115
477
316
278
66
78
122
13
38
2,018
1,727
387
989
227
125
290
68.6
69.2
83.0
49.9
79.5
50.6
64.0
7.2
7.1
3.5
7.9
13.8
10.0
7.4
63.7
64.$
80.2
46.0
68.5
45.5
59.2
MANITOBA......................................... 757
MEMBERS OF FAMILY - MEMBRES OUNE YAMILLE •
655
HEAD OF UNIT - CHEF OR FANILLE .............. 265
SPOUSE- CONJOINT ........................... 231
SINGLE CHILDREN -ENFANTS CL1BATAIRES •
131
OTHER RELATIVES - AUTRES PARENTS
ZR
UNATTACHED INDIVIDUALS - PEBSOWNES IEULES •
102
496
440
213
107
102
17
ST
460
412
208
100
90
14
53
32
ZR
6
8
13
...
•..
261
215
52
123
29
11
46
65.6
67.1
80.5
46.6
77.8
60.5
55.4
6.4
6.4
2.6
7.1
12.3
...
...
61.4
62.9
78.4
43,3
68.2
51.8
52.1
SASKATCHEWAN..................................... 701
MEMBERS SF FAMILY - MEM8RES DUNE FAMILLB •
604
HEAD OF UNIT - CHEF DR FAMILLE ............. 249
SPOUSE -CONJOINT........................... 222
SINGLE CHILDREN - ENFAPITS C(LIB*TAIRES
114
OTHER RELATIVES AUTRES PARENTS
19
UNATTACHED INDIVIDUALS - PERSONNES SEULES •
97
457
401
202
99
89
11
51
384
430
198
94
81
10
54
19
11
4
4
7
...
...
243
203
47
123
25
7
40
65.3
68.4
81.0
44.5
78.1
60.4
58.5
4.2
4.2
2.2
4.4
8.0
...
...
62.5
63.6
79.3
42.5
71.8
55,3
55,9
1.600
NONEERS OF FAMILY - MEM8RESO'UNE FAMILLE •
1.185
HAD OF UNIT - CHEF DE FAMILLE ............. 496
SPOUSE -CONJOINT.......................... 439
SINGLE CHILDREN - ENFANTS C(LIBATAIRES
206
OTHER RELATIVES - AUTRES PARENTS
44
UNATTACHED INDIVIDUALS - PERSONNEl SEULES •
214
965
829
421
216
163
29
157
939
789
412
206
146
26
150
48
40
9
10
11
...
7
414
357
75
223
43
15
SB
70.4
69.9
84.9
49,2
79.0
65.7
73.1
4.7
4.8
2.2
4.5
10.7
...
4.2
67.1
66.6
83.0
47.0
70.6
57.9
70.1
1,260
0.075
548
271
220
38
185
1.163
992
524
248
186
34
172
96
83
21
23
34
4
13
669
566
133
330
69
33
104
65.3
65.5
80.4
45.1
16.1
53.7
64.1
7.6
7.7
3.9
8.6
15.5
11.6
7.2
60.3
60.0
77.2
41.2
64.3
47.5
59.4
41r1$Y COLUMBIA - COLOMRIE-BRITANNIQUE .......
MY[EO CF FAMILY - MEMBRES DUNE FAMILLE •
OF UNIT - CHEF OR FAMILLE ...........
4SE-CONJOINT........................
NILE CHILDREN - INFANTS C(LI8ATAIRES
I-EE RELATIVES - AUTRES PARENTS
ACHED INDIVIDUALS - PERSONNEl SEULES •
1,929
1,640
678
601
290
72
289
22
13
15
V
22
TABLE 8. POPULATION BY PROVINCE, AGE AND SEX
TABLEAU R. POPULATION SELON LA PROVINCE, L'ZGE El LE SEXE
JULY - 1978 - JUILIET
MASJSA5X]ALT8]
THOUSANDS - MILLIERS
I
S
POOH SEXES - 155 DEUS SEXES
TOTAL
..............................
17,419385906145094,6136,4217577011,40011929
15 - 2 4 YEA R S - ASS .................
25 YEARS ARC DYES - IRS 'T PLUS
4,580
13,038
126
260
26
64
166
448
147
362
,287
3,525
1,801
4,820
191
566
195
505
377
1,022
463
1,466
15-15 YEARS - ENS .................
20 - 24 YEARS - ASS .................
25-44 YEARS - ASS .................
45-64 YEARS - ASS .................
25 YEARS AMC OVER - ASS Ly PLUS
2,333
2,247
6,539
4,452
2,047
25
61
137
84
39
13
13
33
21
13
85
82
214
151
82
74
73
180
118
63
652
635
1,824
1,198
503
820
781
2,409
1,666
746
97
94
265
195
107
97
99
216
184
105
193
184
545
336
141
238
226
118
499
248
25-54 YEARS - ASS .................
55 YEARS AMC OVER - 665 El PLUS
8,990
4,048
181
79
41
23
292
156
242
120
2,501
1,025
3,338
1,483
365
201
309
196
736
286
986
479
45 YEARS ARC OVER - ASS PT PLUS
6,499
123
34
233
182
1,701
2,412
301
289
477
747
25-34
35 - 44
45-54
55-64
3,857
2,682
2,451
2,001
85
52
44
43
19
12
11
10
131
84
77
74
112
68
62
56
1,076
748
676
521
1,405
1,004
929
737
162
103
100
95
129
87
93
91
323
222
191
145
416
332
268
231
8,658
195
44
297
250
2,349
3,150
371
350
701
951
15-24 YEA ' S - ASS .................
25 YEARS ARC CVER - ASS FT PLUS
2,316
6.342
64
131
13
31
84
214
74
175
651
1,698
805
2,341
96
275
99
251
192
509
233
118
15-19 YEARS - ASS .................
20 - 2 4 YEARS - AND .................
25 - 44 YEARS - ASS .................
4564 SEARS - INS .................
65 YEARS ARC OVER - ASS PT PLUS
1,187
1,129
3,273
2,182
887
33
31
69
43
18
7
6
15
10
6
42
41
105
73
36
37
37
90
58
28
331
323
909
578
211
418
391
1,208
819
314
49
47
133
94
48
49
50
109
92
50
99
93
273
169
67
121
112
383
245
110
25 - 54YEARS - ASS .................
55 YEARS AMC OVER - ASS T PILl
4,496
1,846
92
39
2C
11
142
71
120
55
1,241
457
1,673
668
182
93
156
45
371
138
-
3,369
62
16
109
86
789
1,133
142
142
234
3
1,921
1,352
1,223
559
43
26
23
21
9
6
5
5
64
40
38
35
56
34
30
27
535
374
332
246
700
508
465
354
81
52
49
45
66
44
47
45
160
313
48
71
8 1 961
190
46
317
259
2,463
3,272
386
351
699
978
15-24 YEARS - ASS .................
25 YEARS ARC OVER - ASS ST PLUS
2,265
2,696
62
129
13
34
83
234
73
187
636
1,827
792
2,483
94
291
97
254
186
513
230
748
15 - 19 YEARS - A'I 5 .................
20 - 24 YEA'S - SNS .................
25-44 YEARS - ASS .................
45-54YESES - ASS .................
25 YEARS ARC PVC' - ASS I' PLUS
1,147
1,11
3,262
2,273
1,160
32
33
67
40
21
7
6
16
11
7
42
41
109
78
46
36
36
91
61
OS
321
315
915
620
292
402
390
1,201
847
432
68
47
132
101
59
48
49
107
92
55
45
91
272
167
74
117
113
356
254
139
25-54 YEARS - ASS .................
55 YEA'S ARC OVER - ASS PT PLUS
4,495
2 1 202
89
40
21
13
149
85
122
64
1 1 260
567
3,665
615
183
109
353
101
365
149
488
260
45 YEARS ARC OVER - ASS FT FLUS
3,430
61
18
124
96
912
1,279
159
147
241
392
25-34
3 5 -44
45-54
55-E4
1,535
1,331
1,228
1,041
42
25
21
19
13
6
5
5
66
43
43
38
56
35
32
29
541
374
345
275
705
498
464
383
61
51
51
50
63.
44
46
46
163
109
93
74
208
147
132
122
YEARS
YEARS
YEARS
YLARS
-
ANS
ASS
ASS
ASS
.................
.................
.................
.................
MEN - HCRPES
TOTAL
45 YEARS ARC OVER - ASS
25 -3 4
35-44
45-54
55-84
YESES
YEARS
Y'ARS
YEA'S
-
ASS
ANS
FT
PLUS
.................
.................
ASS
.................
ASS
.................
I
WCMEN - FEMPES
TOTAL
YEARS
YEARS
YEARS
YEARS
-
ASS
ASS
ASS
ASS
.................
.................
.................
.................
0
TABLE9. LABOUR FORCE BY PROVINCE, AGE AND SEX
23
TABLEAU9.POPULATION ACTIVE SELON LI PROVINCE. LGE El LI SEXE
.-F.
JULY - 1978 - JUILLET
S
E. I
S]
iii ----
T
---8
THOUSANDS - MILLIERS
80TH SEXES - LES DEUX SEXES
TOTAL
11.570222583713043,0134,4044964519851,260
15-24VEAPS - ADS ................
25 YEARS AND DYES - ASS El PLUS
3,483
8,087
82
140
20
28
123
249
202
916
2.097
1,210
31124
148
348
151
307
305
681
357
903
15-19 YEARS - INS
20-24 YEARS - ASS
25 -44 YEARS - ASS
45 -14 YEARS - INS
65 YEARS AND OVER
................
................
................
................
- INS El PLUS
1,593
11890
5,048
2,856
184
37
46
55
43
10
10
23
13
54
69
155
86
7
43
59
130
68
5
391
525
1,352
703
42
603
677
1,925
1,131
68
69
80
207
129
12
72
79
166
125
16
147
159
42E
238
17
168
189
568
320
15
25-54YEARS - INS ................
55 YEARS AND OVER - ASS ET PLUS
6,816
11271
121
19
31
7
208
41
170
32
1,797
300
2,626
498
282
66
239
IN
575
106
169
134
45 YEARS AND OVER - ASS ET PLUS
3,040
45
14
93
72
746
1,199
141
141
255
334
25 - 34 YEARS
35-44 YEARS
45-54 YE IRS
15 -64 YRARS
2 1 988
2,060
1,769
1.087
60
35
26
11
15
9
7
5
97
58
52
34
81
49
40
27
805
546
445
258
1,132
193
701
432
126
81
75
54
97
19
12
53
251
176
149
65
325
244
201
119
-
ASS ................
ASS ................
INS ................
ASS ................
102
MEN TOTAL
S
7,11814734231190118952,652323289605771
15 - 24YE4 9 S - ASS ................
25 YEARS AMC OVER - INS El PLUS
1,941
5,177
49
99
11
23
69
162
58
132
512
1,383
699
1,953
84
219
90
200
112
433
197
57.,
15 - 19 VEINS - INS
20 -2 4 YEARS - INS
25-44 YEARS - ASS
45 -64 VEERS - ASS
65 YEARS AND OVER
................
................
................
................
- ASS El PLUS
884
1,057
3,161
1,882
134
21
27
65
33
6
6
14
A
30
39
100
57
S
24
34
85
44
...
220
292
866
490
26
328
311
1,177
726
50
43
45
128
RI
9
41
49
106
61
13
82
40
267
153
13
92
105
352
209
-54 YEARS - ASS ................
YEARS AND OVER - ASS ET PLUS
4,303
874
84
15
19
4
134
28
110
22
1,170
213
1,619
334
174
45
151
48
362
71
481
93
YEARS ANC OVER - INS ET PLUS
-34 YE IRS - ASS
- 1 4 YEARS - ASS
YEARS - ASS
-6.4 YEARS - ASS
................
................
................
................
12
2,016
34
9
62
48
517
175
90
93
lot
221
1,859
1.302
1,143
140
40
25
19
14
8
5
5
...
62
38
34
23
53
32
26
19
511
356
304
186
684
494
441
284
79
50
46
35
64
43
45
31
117
110
95
59
202
151
129
8,
OMEN - PENNED
TOTAL
4,45275231401141.1181,752193168380489
15 - 24 YEARS - ASS ................
25 YEARS AND DYER - INS FT PIUS
1,542
2,510
34
41
5
15
54
88
44
70
404
714
581
1,171
64
129
61
107
132
248
16o
329
15-19 YEARS - INS
20 - 24 YEARS - INS
25-44 YElPS - ASS
45-64 YEARS - ASS
65 YEARS AMC OVER
................
................
................
................
- ASS ES PLUS
709
833
1,817
573
SO
15
18
30
10
4
5
10
5
24
30
55
25
19
25
45
23
276
305
147
406
18
29
35
75
48
30
3D
60
44
St
84
218
110
...
15
0
159
ES
4
25-54 YEARS - ASS ................
55 YEARS INC OVER - ADS El PLUS
2,513
397
37
4
107
22
87
20
214
34
288
41
45 YEARS ARC OVER - ANY El PLUS
1,023
25 - 34
35-44
45-E4
55-64
1,129
758
626
347
YEARS - ASS ................
YEARS - INS ................
YEARS - INS ................
VEINS - INS ................
...
...
171
233
495
213
16
...
74
13
60
10
626
88
1,007
164
11
5
31
24
225
424
50
41
86
113
22
11
7
4
8
..
..
..
35
20
19
11
28
19
14
9
295
191
141
72
448
299
26-0
146
48
31
29
19
33
27
28
17
54
65
54
30
i2
93
12
3.'
12
.
.
...
TABLE 10. PARTICIPATION RATE BY PROVINCE, A&E AND SEX
24
TA8LEAU 10. TAUX DACTIVITE SELON LA PROVINCE, L'GE El LB SEXE
JULY
-
1918 -
JUILLET
S
NF~.] I.C.I. 'U
ON T. ---MAN-I -S -A::] ALT:.t
E-_ -
CANADA
PER CENT
BOTH SEXES
-
PWRCENTAGE
LES DEUX SEXES
TOTAL ..............................
65.757.764.160.4 59,7 62.668.665.665.370.465.3
15-24 YEARS - ANS .................
25 YEARS AND OVER - ANS ET PLUS
76.0
02.0
65.4
53.9
71.7
58.5
73.7
55.5
69.2
55.8
71.1
59.5
79.9
64.8
77.9
61.4
77.1
60.7
80.7
06.6
77.1
61.6
15-19 YEARS - ANS
ANS
25-44 YEARS - 895
45-64 YEARS - ANS
65 YEARS AND OVER
.................
.................
.................
.................
895 El PLUS
-
68.3
84.1
71.2
64.1
9.0
56.9
74.4
69.5
51.6
74.3
81.3
77.4
73.5
E6.7
79.9
67.9
9.1
71.1
84.9
78.1
66.1
11.3
73.8
80.3
76.8
67.9
76.0
85.6
78.2
...
58.7
79.8
72.1
57.2
7.1
60.0
...
63.6
84.1
72.5
57.0
8.8
70.7
83.8
79.1
64.0
5.9
25- 54 YEARS
ANS .................
55 YEARS AND OVER - ANS ET PLUS
15.8
66.9
75.5
71.2
70.2
71.8
78.7
31.4
24.1
28.8
26.2
26.7
29.3
33.6
45 YEARS AND OVER - ANS El PLUS
46.8
36.5
41.7
40.0
39.7
43.8
77.5
76.8
72.2
54.3
70.1
66.6
58.6
43.7
78.3
75.8
70.1
52.6
74.5
69.3
67.8
45.6
71.9
72.3
64.9
48.8
74.8
73.0
65.8
49.5
2 0 - 24 YEARS
25-34
35 -44
45-54
55-64
MEN
-
-
YEARS - *95 .................
YEARS - ANS .................
YEARS - *95 .................
YEARS - ANS .................
14.9
70.1
11.9
77.1
77.1
78.2
78.0
32.9
34.9
36.8
27.9
49.7
46.7
48.7
53.3
44.7
80.6
79.0
75.5
58.3
76.1
78.2
74.6
57.3
75.2
79.2
77.7
57.9
77.7
78.9
78.1
61.0
78.1
80.5
74.9
51.5
HOMMES
82.275.678.677.7
TOTAL
97..
55.5
93.5
97.4
97.
5-.
77.8
80.0
92.2
94.3
39.7
46.5
96.8
50.0
47.9
51.0
56.9
55.8
65.5
68.4
94.2
90.5
94.0
89.3
65.1
95.0
93.1
85.2
68.1
95.4
97.7
...
...
15.0
25-54 YEARS - ANS .................
55 YEARS AND OVER - ANS El PLUS
95.7
47.3
91.1
38.2
92.8
41.4
65.1
55.1
96.8
93.6
93.2
84.0
65.9
-
98.0
93.9
39.7
78.1
95.5
71.6
93.4
77.1
97.4
97.6
95.4
86.6
15.9
96.4
86.0
19.6
97.9
97.5
...
84.9
12.4
97.5
94.5
96.3
E
97.0
95.3
93.5
75.4
ANS .................
ANS .................
70.4
94.5
94.5
96.6
-
65.6
84.0
15-19 YEARS - ANS .................
20-24 YEARS - ANS .................
25 -44 YEARS - 895 .................
45-64 YEARS - ANS .................
65 YEARS AND OVER - ANS ET PLUS
-
4..
63.7
80.6
70.9
94.6
55-64 YEARS
96.
51.9
78.4
95.0
83.1
92.0
45-54 YEARS
97.4
60.4
91.3
64.5
87.9
25-34 YEARS - ANS .................
35-4 4 YEARS - ANS .................
96.9
51.0
64.4
91.0
74.5
*95 El PLUS
76.5
93.1
97.1
85.3
10.9
79.5
82.6
-
83.3
96.8
97.8
90.5
19.4
91.0
87.4
74.9
86.3
15.1
84.5
87.4
79.5
75.9
75.4
93.6
89.9
85.1
83.4
83.8
81.6
76.280.184.281.682.786.481.1
81.4
15-24 YEARS - 895 .................
25 YEARS AND OVER - ANS El PLUS
45 YEARS AND OVER
WOMEN
j.6
82.6
74.1
58.7
8.4
94.9
68.3
...
75.8
77.6
75.6
77.1
78.0
95.1
91.7
75.7
86.4
97.2
94.9
80.2
95.6
87.9
25.0
96.5
82.3
79.9
73.
FEMMES
TUTAL
49.139.350.344.2 43.8 45.453.550.147.954.450.2
15-24 YEARS - ANS .................
25 YEARS AND OVER - ANS ET PLUS
68.1
43.5
54.5
32.0
68.0
43.5
64.7
37.0
60.7
37.3
63.5
39.1
73.3
47.2
68.1
44.3
02.9
42.2
71.2
48.3
69.5
44.0
15-19 YEARS - ANS .................
00.9
74.5
57.8
42.9
4.3
49.0
60.4
44.9
25.9
65.3
70.8
61.3
44.9
56.2
73.5
50.4
37.7
52.7
68.6
49.9
38.3
53.4
73.8
53.0
34.3
5.6
68.5
78.3
61.2
75.2
62.2
59.6
47.9
4.2
41.5
63.4
62.4
55.8
48.1
64.8
74.5
60.7
43.4
...
...
68.4
74.1
58.0
50.6
5.1
ANS .................
55 YEARS AND OVER - 895 El PLUS
55.9
18.0
41.1
10.4
58.9
...
49.6
14.8
48.7
15.5
49.7
15.5
60.5
20.1
58.7
20.1
57.0
19.7
58.6
22.9
59.1
15.7
45 YEARS AND OVER - ANS El PLUS
29.0
17.7
28.1
25.2
25.3
25.1
33.1
31.0
z.3
36.6
28.8
25 -34 YEARS
58.3
57.0
51.0
33.3
46.2
42.8
31.3
20.0
63.4
53.1
49.0
54.4
...
46.3
51.3
47.4
27.1
45.4
30.6
51.0
40.9
26.0
63.5
60.4
50.0
38.1
59.1
60.6
56.3
38.5
52.2
60.9
59.8
36.3
57.8
59.8
58.6
42.7
63.1
54.6
20 -24 YEARS - 895 .................
895 .................
45 -64 YEARS - ANS .................
65 YEARS AND OVER - *95 11 PLUS
25-44 YEARS
-
25-54 YEARS
35-44 YEAR S
45-54 YEARS
55-64 YEARS
-
ANS
*95
ANS
ANS
.................
.................
.................
.................
...
...
...
59.1
31.3
S
TABLE 11. LABOUR FORCE BY INDUSTRY, CLASS OF WORKER AND SEX, AND BY OCCUPATION. CLASS OF WORKER AND SEX, CANADA 25
TABLEAU 11. POPULATION ACTIVE SELON LA ERANCHE D'ACTLVITE, LE STATUT PROFESSIONBEL El LE SEXY, ET SELON
LA PROFESSION, LE STATUT PROFESSIONNEL El LB SEXE, CANADA
JULY - 1578JUILLET
ALL CLASSES OF WORKERS ENSEMBLE DES
ROTH_SEXES
LES DEUX
TRAVAILLEURS
MEN
WOMEN
1
PAID iGfKEkS
TEAVAILLEUNS NEIUT4EPE5
BOTH SEXES
MEl
ADMEN
I
J_HJMMES] FEEMES
IFS DEUX SEXRSJ HCMMQSJ FEMMAS
THOUSANDS -MILLIERS
ALL INDUSTRIES - TOUTES BRANCHES D'ACTIVIT(
.......................
.................
11,570
7,118
4.452
10,293
6,298
31995
3,949
3,119
833
3.396
2,616
722
AGRICULTURE
568
414
153
191
137
54
OTHER PRIMARY INDUSTRIES - AtJTRES BRANCHES CU SECTEUR PRIMAIRE
321
294
27
294
201
27
111
103
8
104
vt
35
33
...
17
iS
000DS-PRCDUC1NG INDUSTRIES - INDUSTRIES CE BlESS
.............................................
......................
.......................................................
......................
....................................................
............
......................
.............................................
ELECT
....................................
................................................
FORESTRY - FORYS
FISHING RND TRAPPING - PcCHE El °IEGEAGE
MI_MRS. QUARRIES AND OIL WELLS - MINES, CARRIERES El PUITS IV
PETROLE
MANUFACTURING - INDUSTRIES MANUFACTUEIEP.ES
CONSTRUCTION
SERVICE-PRODUCING INDUSTRIES - INOESTRIES DY SERVICES
TRANSPORTATICE, CCPMUNICATICN AND OTHER UTILITIES - TRANSPORTS,
COMMUNICATION El AUTRES SERVICES PUBLICS
TRANSPORTATION ARC COMMUNICATION - TRANSPORTS El
CCMMIJNICATION
ELECTRIC POWER, GAS ANC 8ATER UTILITIES - EMERC!C
RIQUE, GAD ET EAIJ
TRADE - COMMERCE
FINANCE, INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE - FINANCES, ASSURANCES FT
AFFAIRES IMMO81LIRES
MUNRTY, BUSINESS AND PERSONAL SERVICE - SERVICES
ClO-CULIURELS, CCMMERCIAUX El PERSONNELS
S
....................
.................
.............................
..............................
........
..........................
.............................
........................................................
175
157
17
173
158
17
2,232
1,641
591
2,206
1,619
587
829
771
59
106
652
53
7,621
3 1 999
3 1 622
8,890
3,622
3,275
902
771
191
914
725
lbo
829
655
174
783
612
171
133
116
17
130
113
17
1,951
1,150
801
1,743
11017
72b
582
240
342
567
228
339
1,725
3 1 170
1,246
1,924
2.838
1,113
LIC ADMINISTRATI- ADMINISTRATION PUBLIQUR
834
538
296
834
538
29
LASSIFIED (1) - NON CLASSEET I Al
122
55
67
N/A
N/A
'I/A
cOUPATIONS - rOUTES PROFESSIONS
11.570
7.118
4,452
10,293
6,298
3,995
MANAGERIAL, ADP'INISTRATIVE - CIRECTION ET ADMINISTRATION
788
593
195
780
587
193
NATURAL SCIENCES - SCIENCES NATURELLES
319
333
46
371
325
45
SOCIAL SCIENCES - SCIENCES SOCIALES
173
81
92
180
70
90
26
21
4
26
21
4
392
182
210
383
179
204
MEDICINE AND HEALTH - MECRCINE PT SANTE
482
100
382
454
76
378
BRTISTIC AND RECREATIONAL - ARTS El ACTEVITES RECREATIVES
156
95
62
122
72
50
11958
464
1,494
1,926
460
1,466
SALES - COMMERCE
1,149
712
437
973
599
374
SERVICE - SERVICES
1,572
726
846
1,360
675
664
632
480
152
243
191
52
35
34
...
11
16
RELIGION
TEACHING - ENSEIGNEMENT
.........................
.......
................................
................................................
..............................................
.....................................................
............
CLERICAL - TRAVAIL ADMINESTRATIF
AGRICULTURE
FISHING, PUNTING, TRAPPING - PECHE, CHASSE, PIEGEAGE
FORESTRY AND LOGGING - EXPLOITATION
FLRESTIEAE ..................
89
85
4
82
78
65
65
...
63
62
PROCESSING - TRAITEMENT DES MATIERES PREMIERES
457
361
95
450
356
94
MACHIRING - USINAGE DES MATIERES PREMIERES
288
269
19
278
258
19
224
.......................
..................
......................
.......................
................
......................
................................
.............................................
.............................
MINING AND QUARRYING - MINES El CARRIERES
PRODUCT FABRICATING, ASSEMBLING AND REPAIRING - FABRICATION,
MONTAGE El REPARATION CE PRCDUITS FINIS
4
1,014
785
229
968
744
CONSTRUCTION TRADES - METIERS CE LA CONSTRUCTION
848
835
13
743
732
11
TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT OPERATION - TRANSPORTS
481
466
21
444
423
20
MATERIALS HANDLING - MANUTENTIOPI
303
248
55
300
246
53
- - R CRAFTS AND EQUIPMENT OPERATING - CCNOUITE OF MACHINES El
'APPAREILS CIVERS
158
129
27
152
125
27
122
55
67
N/A
N/A
N/A
OSSIFIED UI - NON CLASSEES U)
.
(1) COMPRISES UNEMPLOYED PERSONS WHO HAVE NEVER WORKED BEFORE, AND 1 HOSE PERSONS WHO LAST WORKED MORE THAN 5 YEARS AGO.
CCMPREND LBS CHMEURS GUI N'CNT JAMAIS TRAVAILLE El CEUX DONT LE DERNIER EMPLOI REMONTE ). dM0 ANS PT PLUS.
TABLE 12. LABOUR FORCE BY
26
PROVINCE, INDUSTRY AND SEX
TABLEAU 12. POPULATICN ACTiVE SELON LA PROVINCE,
JULY - 1978
NFLD.
CANADA
1.-N.
-
JUILLET
IN.S.T N.E.
I I.-P.-E.J
P.E.I.
r
QUE.
M._E.j
THOUSANDS
-
El
LAERANCHE OACTIVITE
-
ITI
i
ONT.
LE SEXE
T
MAN.I
SASK.
ALTA.
..L.
MILLIERS
LBSCEUXSEXES............ 11,570
222
58
371
304
3,313
4,404
496
457
985
AGRICULTURE ..............................568
...
6
10
6
93
159
50
113
94
35
NCN SGRICCLE ...... .80
10,R
256
52
357
293
2,880
4,199
442
342
885
1,214
OTHER PRIMARY INDUSTRIES - AU1RE5
BRANCHESDUSECTEUR PRIMAIR ........321
18
...
21
15
74
69
9
11
53
58
OTHSEXES
NON-AGRICULTURE
-
.
MANUFACTUEINE, - INDUSTRIES R ANSFACTURIERES...........................
1,26L
2232
33
6
57
50
656
1,062
65
29
82
193
CONSTRUCTION ............................829
21
6
29
29
187
294
36
30
106
91
TRANSPCPTBTICA, COMMUNICATICEI C OTHER
UTILI1IBS -TRANSPORTS, CCMWUNICATION C AUTRESSERVICES PUBLICS
962
23
5
33
29
265
315
53
37
91
115
TRADE-COMMERCE...................... 1,951
38
9
68
53
485
729
85
73
169
242
FINANCE,INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE FINANCES,ASSURANCES ElAFFAIRES
TMMO8ILIRES .......................... 582
7
...
16
11
144
242
25
20
48
68
SERVICE ............................. ..3,170
55
17
91
AT.
860
1,195
136
109
268
352
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATICN -ADMINISTRATIONPURLIQUE.......................834
21
5
37
26
209
303
36
33
69
90
.
122
4
...
4
4
39
46
4
...
6
10
liEN-I BJMMES..........................7118
147
34
231
190
1,895
2,652
303
289
605
171
AGRICULTURE..........................414
...
5
7
5
69
111
39
87
67
23
202
536
743
UNCLASSIFIED (11-NON CLASSEES(1)
NON-AGRICULTURE - NON AGRICCLE ......
OTHERPRIMARY INDUSTRIES - AUTRES
BRANCHES CU SECTEUR PRIMAIRE
.
6. 649
145
30
222
183
1,806
2,521
262
14
72
54
9
10
43
294
IT
...
20
MANUFACTURING - INDUSTRIES MARUFACTURIPES............................1,641
24
4
43
38
464
779
46
22
63
CONSTRUCTION........................... 711
19
6
28
27
180
271
33
29
96
TRANSPORTATION,COI'MUNICATICN C OTHER
UTILITIES - TRANSPORTS, COMPLNICATION CAUTRES SERVICES PUPLICS
771
20
4
28
24
219
245
41
30
70
TRADE-COMMERCE.................... .. .. 150
22
6
40
31
307
412
52
44
98
5
4
61
104
9
9
19
25
SERVICN............................. ..245
22
5
34
28
367
46 '.
41
38
103
139
PUBLICACMINISTRATICN - ADMINISTRATIONPUBLIQUE .......................538
17
25
17
138
192
25
20
43
59
...
...
19
20
193
168
380
489
138
-
FINANCE,INSURANCEAND PEAL ESTATE
FINANCES1ASSURANCES ETAFFATHES
IMMOBILIERES.........................
.. 240
UNCLASSIFIED ( 1)-ADS CLASSEES (1)
55
WOMEN-FEMMES....................... .. 4,452
75
23
AGRICULTURE ............................ 153
NON-AGRICULTURE - NCN AGRICOLE ......... 4. 232
OTHER PRIMARYINOUSIRIES - AUTRES
BRANCI-ESCU SECTEUR PRIMAIPE
72
27
...
MANLFATUEING - INDUSTRIES MANUFACTUEIRES...............................5S1
10
22
...
.
CONSTRUCTION
TRANSPORTATICN,COMMUNICATION C OTHER
UTILITIES - TRANSPORTS. CCBMUNICATION C AUTRES SERVICES PUBLICS
-
191
140
114
1,118
...
...
24
48
11
26
21
12
35
111
1,074
1,678
180
140
349
471
...
...
...
5
...
...
10
0
14
12
195
283
19
7
...
...
P.
24
5
5
45
27
22
178
1,752
5
7
317
...
1
.--
A
7
1
33
29
10
104
7
4
FINANCE,INSURANCE AND HEAL STATE
FINANCES 1ASSURANCESElAFrAISES
IMMOBILIERES .......................... 342
4
...
10
7
83
137
16
12
28
43
SERVICE ............................. .... ,924
32
12
63
53
494
731
90
71
165
213
PUBLICADMINISTRATION -AOMINISTAATIONFUBLIQUE.......................... 296
4
9
71
111
11
13
27
.
20
26
...
...
4
TRACE
COMMERCE........................ 801
-
UNCLASSIFIED Cli-NON CLASSEES Ill.
67
12
...
..
(1) COMPRISES UNEMPLOYED PERSONS WHO HAVE NEVER WORKED BEFORE, AND THOSE PERSONS WHO LAST WORKED MORE THAN 5 YEARS AGO.
CDMPRENO LBS CHCMEURS GUI NCNT JAMAIS T8AVAILL( ET CEUX DONT LE DERNIER EMPLOI REMONTE . CINQ ANS ET PIUS.
TAFLF
13.lAST-JR FORCESY PROVINCE,OCCUPATION AND SEX
JLLII
5-'I
5LON LA PROVINCE,
LA PROFESSION
27
El LB SElF
JULY- 1978 -JUILLET
------
s
CANAL A
07
UE.
ONT.
ES
MAN
— — ------------
THOUSANDS - MILLIERS
BOTHSEXES -LESSBUSSEXF............ 11,530
222
58
2,396
42
11
1,958
28
7
SALES-COMMERCE ................... ..1,149
21
6
SERVICE-SERVICES ...................1.572
32
PRIMARY OCCUPAIICNS - PPOFESEICNS DU
SECTRUR PRIHAIRE..................... 821
18
MANAGERIAL,PROFESSICNAL, ETC. DIRECTION ElPROFESSIONS LISERALES
CLERICAL - TRAVAIL ACMINISTRATIF
PROCESSING - TRAITEMENT DES MATIEVES
PREMIERES .........................
371
304
31013
4,414
496
75
53
639
925
57
49
532
790
37
28
289
9
51
46
9
29
457
985
1,260
97
17
219
25
17
57
154
207
438
48
40
100
141
420
536
68
56
118
186
20
150
215
59
120
119
82
171
1,759
34
5
53
46
498
761
66
36
90
84A
24
6
34
29
200
285
38
36
101
94
TRAIASPORBATISN -TPSNSPC'" .............'.81
12
...
17
14
125
173
21
19
44
CI
MATERIALS MANGLING 450 [THEE CRAFTS
MA'&TENT IONS ET AUTTES MET lENS...
458
12
._.
.-
15
121
184
19
46
122
4
...
9
4
39
46
4
...
33
UNCLASSIFIEG(l)-NONCLASSEES(1)
6
II'
7,118
147
34
231
190
1,8952.652
303
289
605
771
1,405
24
5
43
30
380
548
54
42
129
154
464
7
...
13
11
157
183
17
10
27
38
SALES-COMMERCE .......................712
11
...
23
17
193
265
29
26
60
84
SERVICE -SERVICES .................... 726
16
...
22
19
218
269
28
21
47
82
PRIMARY OCCUPATIONS - PROFESSIGNS EU
SECTEURPRIMAIRE .....................663
18
7
26
19
126
167
48
94
91
67
CONSTRUCTiON........................
MEN-HOMMES...........................
MANAGERIAL. F?FESSIONAL,ETC.DIRECTION FTPSUFESSICNS LIEERALU
CLERICAL - TRAVAILACMINISTRATIF
.
15
-CESSING - TRAITEMENT DES MATIRES
.
-YEMIRES..........................1,415
26
4
43
37
381
608
53
32
80
151
\ST#UCIICM........................... 835
23
1
34
29
199
281
38
35
99
91
-SN SPCRTATION - TRANSPORT............. 466
11
...
16
13
123
165
18
17
41
58
16
13
26
41
"STERIALS HANDLING AND(TIlER CRAFTS
HANUTENTIONS El AUTRES METIERS ...
UNCLASSIFIED (I)- NONCLASSEES(1)
WOMEN - FEBMES.........................
MANAGERIAL, PROFESSIONAL, ETC.DIRECTION ETPROFESSICNS LIRERALES
377
9
.
55
4,452
75
23
12
13
99
145
...
...
19
20
143
114
1,1181,752
..
.
153
5
168
312
489
991
16
5
35
23
259
377
44
35
91
105
1,494
21
6
45
38
375
607
59
47
127
168
437
10
...
14
11
96
173
19
15
40
57
SERVICE -SERVICES...................846
15
7
29
26
202
317
40
36
71
104
...
...
23
48
11
26
28
16
4
10
20
CLERICAL - TRAVAIL ADMIHISTRATIF
SALES-COMMERCE ....................
PRIMARN OCCUPATIONS - PROFESSIENS DU
SECTEUR PRIPAIRE ...................157
PROCESSING - TR8ITEMEPIT DES MATIERES
PREMIRES.........................344
7
. ..
9
117
153
13
CONSTRUCTION..........................13
...
10
...
...
4
...
...
8
...
TRANSPOR'TATIDR -TRANSPORT........... 21
...
...
MATERIALS lANDLING AND (THEft CRAFTS
MAMJTENT IONS FT AUTRES MET IERS ...
82
...
...
22
39
...
...
S
7
UNCLASSIFIED (I) - NON CLASSEES Ii)
67
...
...
20
26
...
...
4
5
(l) COMPRISES UNEMPLOYED PERSCNS WHO HAVE NEVER WORKED BEFORE,650 THOSE PERSONS WHO LAST WOPEVO MORE THAN 5 YEARS AGO.
CCMPREEO LES CMflEuRS QUE NCNT JAMAIS TRAVAILLE ET CRUX ODNT LB 0885118 EMPLOI REMONTE
CINQ ANS ET PLUS.
TABLE 14. EMPLOYMENT BY PROVINCE, AGE AND SEX
28
TABLEAU 14. EMPIOI SELON LA PROVINCE, LGE IT LE SEXE
JULY - 1978 - JUILLET
I
T
CAN
h
OUEL0STJMAN
B.C.
SASK. ALTA.C
.
THOUSANDS - NILLIERS
80TH SEXES - LES 0855 SEXES
.............................
................
15-19 YEARS - ASS ................
20-24 YEARS - ASS ................
25-44 YEARS - ASS ................
45-64 YEARS - ASS ................
65 YEARS AND OVER - ANS ES PLUS
25 -54 YEARS - ASS ................
55 YEARS ANt OVER - ASS ET PLUS
TOTAL
10,644188533322682,1104,0884654389391,183
2,997
7 1 647
64
124
18
35
101
231
82
185
759
1,951
1,117
2,970
131
333
139
299
277
862
309
854
11311
1,686
4,744
2,721
181
27
37
83
40
9
9
22
12
......
42
59
142
82
7
33
49
118
63
4
307
452
1,254
656
41
503
614
1,820
1,083
61
59
13
197
125
12
65
75
160
123
16
129
148
413
233
17
138
171
535
305
14
6,432
1,214
107
18
29
6
191
40
155
30
1,671
281
2,493
477
269
64
232
67
559
104
727
128
45 YEARS AMC OVER - ASS IT PLUS
2,9C2
41
14
89
61
691
1,150
137
138
250
320
25 - 34
35-44
45-54
55 -64
2,792
1,952
1,688
1,033
51
32
24
16
13
8
7
5
Be
54
49
32
72
46
37
25
744
510
417
239
1,066
754
673
410
118
79
72
53
93
67
71
52
241
172
146
87
305
230
192
113
15-24YEARS - ASS
28 YEARS AMC OVER - ASS El PIUS
YEARS
YEARS
YEARS
YEARS
-
ASS
ASS
INS
INS
................
................
................
................
MEN - HCMPES
TOTAL
................
15-19 YEARS - ASS ................
20-2'. STARS - ASS ................
25-44 YEARS - ASS ................
45-6 YEARS - ASS ................
65 YEARS
AMC OVER - ASS El PLUS
4
25-54 YEARS - ASS ................
55 YEARS AMC OVER - ASS El PIUS
6,622126322061701,7242,494286280582721
1,666
4,986
37
89
10
22
55
152
41
123
421
1,303
808
1,886
74
212
85
196
158
424
111
550
728
938
3,018
1,806
132
16
22
57
30
5
5
13
E
23
32
92
54
S
18
29
78
41
...
171
250
814
463
25
274
334
1 1 138
699
49
33
41
124
79
9
38
46
104
80
12
73
85
260
151
13
77
94
337
201
12
4.120
836
15
14
18
4
12.
27
102
2C
1,104
199
1.566
320
169
43
148
48
354
70
45 YEARS AMC CVER - ASS ED PLUS
1,938
31
9
59
45
489
749
88
92
184
21
25 - 3'. YEARS
35 -44 YEARS
45-54 YEARS
55-64 YEARS
1,765
1,253
1,102
704
34
23
18
13
6
5
5
51
35
32
22
48
30
24
17
479
336
290
173
657
481
429
270
78
49
45
34
62
42
44
35
152
108
93
58
i.
1.
12
1
15-24 YEARS - INS
25 YEARS ANC OVER - INS El PIUS
-
ASS
ASS
ASS
ASS
................
................
................
................
ACRES - FEMEES
TOTAL
................
15-IS YEARS - ASS ................
20-24 YEARS - ASS ................
28-44 YEARS - ENS ................
45 -64 YEARS - ASS ................
65 YEARS AND OVER - 61.5 ES PLUS
25-54 YEARS - ASS ................
ES YEARS AMC OVER - ASS ED PLUS
15-24 YEARS - ASS
25 YEARS AND OVER - ASS El PLUS
45 YEARS AMC OVER - ASS El PLUS
25-34
35 -44
45-54
55-64
YEARS - AlES
YEARS - ASS
YEA'S - ASS
YEARS - INS
................
................
................
................
...
4,0226221126989861,594178158357443
1,331
2,491
26
36
8
14
48
79
35
62
338
648
509
1,084
58
121
55
103
119
238
13A
305
582
749
1,727
915
49
11
15
26
9
4
1.
27
5
28
15
23
43
21
26
28
57
43
...
...
56
63
153
82
4
17
198
104
...
229
281
883
384
18
25
32
72
46
...
136
202
440
193
16
2 1 312
378
32
4
U
...
61
12
53
9
567
82
927
157
130
21
84
19
205
33
266
38
964
10
5
30
23
208
402
48
46
86
107
1,027
699
586
329
16
9
6
5
31
19
1?
1
24
16
13
B
265
175
127
66
410
273
244
139
43
30
28
18
31
28
27
16
89
64
52
24
113
85
69
3.
4
9
5
.
.
0
TABLE 15. EMPLOYMENT/POPULATION RATIO
BY PROVINCE, AGE AND SEX 29
TABLEAU 15. RAPPORT EMPLOIIPOPULATION SELON LA PROVINCE, LGE ET LE SUE
JULY - 1978 - JUILLET
S
-------------------------
- ----
CANADA
r;:r;: -rIy;:T- r-----------JAS
I
QUE.
I
0111.MA
j l._N.I._P._E.N._E._B.
---------- --: .I ALTA
LJ C.8.
PER CENT - PaJRCENT#GE
80111 SEXES - LES OEUX SEXES
TOTAL ...............................60.4 48.859.154.152.656.363.761.462.587.160.3
15-24 YEARS - ANS ...................65.4
25 YEARS AND OVER - ANS ET PLUS ...
58.6
50.7
47.9
69.3
55.0
60.7
51.6
55.8
51.2
58.9
55.4
69.8
61.6
68.9
58.9
71.3
59.1
73.3
64.8
66.7
58.3
15-19 YEARS - 4113
20-24 YEARS - ANS
25-44 YEARS - 4115
45-64 YEARS - 6115
65 YEARS AND OVER
................... 56.2
................... 75.0
...................72.6
..................
61.1
ANS El PLUS
8.9
41.8
60.0
60.8
47.3
65.7
72.9
71.9
58.7
...
49.5
72.2
66.3
54.1
8.7
44.7
67.1
65.6
53.0
7.0
47.0
71.1
68.7
54.8
8.2
61.3
78.6
75.6
65.0
9.3
60.5
77.6
74.3
64.0
11.1
66.8
75.8
74.2
66.8
14.8
66.7
80.2
75.7
69.3
11.8
58.1
75.8
74.4
61.2
5.8
25-54 YEARS - ANS ................... 71.5
55 YEARS AND OVER - ANS El PLUS ...
30.0
59.0
22.3
70.6
27.7
65.6
25.4
64.2
25.0
66.8
21.4
74.7
32.2
73.7
32.0
74.9
34.3
75.9
36.2
73.7
26.7
45YEARS 6110 OVER
-
44.7
33.5
39.9
38.1
36.9
41.0
47.7
45.3
47.9
52.3
42.8
25-34 YEARS - AIlS
35-44 YEARS - 6115
45-54 YEARS - AIlS
55-64 YEARS - MS
...................72.4
................... 72.8
..................
68.9
...................51.6
59.7
62.5
53.6
40.3
71.3
72.8
66.8
50.2
67.7
64.1
63.8
44.0
64.5
67.4
60.0
45.3
69.1
68.2
61.6
45.9
75.9
75.1
72.4
55.6
73.2
75.9
72.2
$5.4
72.2
71.0
76.5
56.6
74.7
77.3
76.5
59.8
73.3
76.0
71.6
49.1
TOTAL................................76.5
64.5
73.6
69.4
68.1
73.4
79.2
77.1
80.2
83.0
75.8
15-24 YEARS - 6115 ................... 71.9
25 YEARS AND OVER - 6115ElPLUS...
18.1
58.3
67.6
79.7
71.0
65.5
70.9
63.1
70.1
64.6
76.7
75.2
80.6
76.6
77.2
85.9
71.9
82.3
83.3
73.2
76.6
15-19 YEARS - ANS
20-24 YEARS - ANS
25-44 YEARS - AIlS
45-64 YEARS - ANS
65 YEARS ANC OVER
47.7
09.5
82.5
69.4
75.4
84.3
69.0
74.9
48.2
78.3
87.5
71.6
...
51.5
78.2
89.6
80.2
12.0
65.7
85.3
94.2
85.3
15.7
67.6
86.0
93.4
83.6
19.4
78.3
93.4
94.8
86.9
24.8
73.9
91.2
95.3
89.3
19.2
63.3
83.9
92.9
81.9
10.8
85.5
37.0
89.0
43.5
93.6
41.9
92.1
46.8
94.8
50.3
93.3
51.1
92.3
40.9
ANS RTPLUS ...
...
MEN - HOMMES
S
................... 61.4
...................83.0
..................
92.2
................... 82.8
6115ElPLUS
14.9
...
54.3
77.2
88.2
74.0
14.7
5-54 YEARS - AIlS ..................
55 YEARS AND OVER - MIS El PLUS ...
91.6
45.3
81.1
35.5
87.8
39.5
87.2
38.4
45YEARS AND OVER
-
63.2
50.8
54.6
54.4
52.0
62.0
66.1
62.1
64.9
69.3
60.0
5-34
35-44
,5-54
55-64
..................
91.9
...................92.7
..................
90.2
................... 73.4
80.2
86.2
76.8
61.1
80.7
92.6
84.7
...
88.9
87.0
84.5
62.7
86.7
88.7
19.6
62.7
89.4
89.7
67.4
70.5
93.9
94.6
92.2
76.3
93.1
94.0
90.9
75.7
94.6
95.2
94.8
78.9
95.1
95.6
95.3
61.0
92.6
93.3
90.6
71.1
YEARS
YEARS
YEARS
YEARS
-
ANS
ANS
AIlS
AIlS
ANS ETPLUS...
...
IOMEN - FEMMES
TOTAL...............................
S
44.9
32.7
45.4
39.6
37.6
40.0
48.7
46.3
45.0
51.1
45.3
15-24 YEARS - ANS ...................58.8
25 YEARS AND OVER - AIlSITPLUS...
40.2
42.7
27.8
58.7
40.4
55.7
33.9
48.4
33.4
53.1
35.5
64.3
43.7
61.0
41.5
56.4
40.6
64.0
46.4
60.1
40.7
15-19 YEARS - AIlS ...................50.8
20-24 YEARS - ANS ................... 67.0
25-44 YEARS - AIlS ...................52.9
45-64 YEARS -S
MI
...................40.3
65 YEARS AND OVER - AIlS ETPLUS
4.2
35.7
50.1
36.5
23.5
55.8
61.6
55.9
42.9
44.6
67.3
45.4
35.6
41.1
55.7
44.0
35.4
•..
42.4
64.0
48.1
31.1
5.4
56.8
72.0
56.9
45.3
4.2
53.1
69.2
55.0
45.6
55.0
57.8
53.1
46.7
...
59.3
68.9
36.1
49.0
5.1
52.6
67.6
55.0
41.1
23-54 YEARS - MIS ................... 51.4
55 YEARS AND OVER - ANS El PLUS ...
17.2
36.1
9.4
54.0
...
45.0
14.4
43.3
14.7
45.0
14.4
55.7
19.3
54.7
19.3
54.6
19.3
56.2
22.4
54.6
14.6
...
...
...
...
45 YEARS AND OVER
-
26.1
16.1
26.8
23.8
23.5
22.9
31.4
30.4
31.5
35.5
27.2
25-34
35-44
43-54
55-64
................... 53.1
..................
32.6
..................
47.7
..................
31.6
39.0
37.5
28.6
56.9
...
...
47.1
42.8
44.0
26.9
42.4
46.6
41.3
29.0
49.0
46.7
36.8
24.0
58.1
55.1
52.6
36.4
53.3
57.4
54.1
36.8
49.2
58.8
58.1
35.4
54.6
38.3
$6.6
39.6
54.1
$7.1
52.0
29.3
YEARS - *115
YEARS - AIlS
YEARS - MS
YEARS - AIlS
MIS El PLUS ...
...
..
30
TABLE 16. EMPLOYMENT IN AGRICULTURE AND NON AGRICULTURE BY PROVINCE, CLASS OF WORKER AND SEX
TABLEAU 16. EMPLOI CANS LES SECTEURS AGRICOLE El NON-AGRICOLE SELON LA PROVINCE, LB STATUT PROFE5SIONMEI. ET LB SEXE
2ULY- 1978 - JUILLET
PAID WORKERS
TRAVAILLEURS REMUNERES
ALL
CLASSR S
-TOTAL
I OUT B S
C#TGORI ES
...................................
..........................
.......
...........................
..........................
.......
.........................
.......
...............
............................
.........
...........................
CANADA
AGRICULTURE
NON-AGRICULTURE MEN - ICE'MES
AGRICULTURE
NON-AGRICULTURE WOMEN - FEMME$
868 ICLLTURR
NON-AGRICULTURE -
NON-AGRICCLE
NON-AGRICCIR
..........................
NON-AGRICCIE
NEWFOUNCLANC - TERPE.-NEUVE
AGRICULTURE
NON-AGRICULTURE - NON-AGRICOLE
MEN - HCMMFS
WOMEN - EEMMES .........................
............................
.........
...........................
............
............................
.........
...........................
.........................
........
............................
...........
...........................
.........................
PRINCE ED6APO ISLANC-1LE-DU-PRINCE-EDCUAPC
AGRICULTURE
NON-AGRICULTURE - NON-AGRICCLT
MEN - HCMFES
WOYRN - FEMMES
RCVA SCOTIA - NCUVELLE-TCCSST
AGPICULTURE
NON-AGRICULTtJRE - NCN-AGEICOLE
85'. - HCMMCS
WOMEN - FERMYS
NEW 3RUNSWICK - NOUVTAU-ATUYSWICK
AGPICLLIU'E
NCN-AGRICLLTURE - NCY-AGPICC
MEN - HCMM'S
WOMEN - FERMES
............................
...........................
..................................
............................
...........
...........................
.........................
.................................
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.........
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.........
...........................
.........................
............................
...........
...........................
.........................
CUEBEC ...................................
AGRICULTURE
NCN-AGPJCUITIJ 'E
MEN - HCMMES
WOMEN - FEMMFS
ONTARIO
AGRICULTURE
NCN-AGEICULTURE - NCN-A&1CJ
MEN - HCMMES
WCMEN - FEMMES
MANITOBA
AlP ICUL TIRE
NON-AGRICULTURE - NCN-6°ICCLE
MEN - HOMMES
WCMEN - FEM'
SASKATC$-E6AN
AGRICULTURE
NON-A6RICULT1,I9 - Nf'N-AC,EICCLE
MEN - HERMES
WOMEN - FE4415
ALBERTA
AGRICULTURE
NO.-AGRICULTUPF - NCN-UC,RTCCLE
MEN - HCMMES
WMTN - FEMIES
RP1TTSH CCLUMBIA - CCLOM8IE-EITtIUS
AGEICLLTUR
NCR-AGRICULTURE - NON-ASPICU
MEN - -CMMES
WOMEN - FEMMES
I
GOVERNMENT
PRIVATEBUSINESS
SECTEI4R
DRIVE
II
OVERNMENI
NON
BUSINESS
-
ENTREPPISES
GOUVERNEMEN TA L ES
EMPLOYERS
-
OWN
ACCOUNT
-
EMPLOVEURS
SECTEUR
GDUVERNEMENIAL
UNP A I
FAMILY
6085643
-
POUR
COMPTE
PROPRE
TRAVAILLEURS
FAMILIAUX
NON
REMUNERES
THOUSANDS - MILLIERS
13,644
9,521
547 172
10,0969,349
5.870
6,622
403
121
6,218 5,743
4,022
3,651
144
45
3,878
3,606
188
187
595
286
47
219
229
43
186
37
4
33
168
11419
35
5
14
187
iZ
35
5
13
24
10
9
S
4
21
7,510540
172
1,335540
4,647347
127
4,520347
2,863192
45
2,818142
1,472
1,471
876
876
596
693
211
476
484
203
282
209
14
195
163
111
52
38
30
7
125
81
45
53
44
33
8
48
42
30
8
32
21
26
18
19
14
5
...
...
...
...
332
9
323
295
6
254
21131
6
20531
58
10
58
9
19
2 CA
126
184
115
12720
8311
37
20
...
13
8
268
247
18519
43
6
14
262
244
.;
43
5
12
170
98
156
50
11812
67 7
2,713
89
2,621
2,473
30
2 .443
1,986113
30
1,956113
374
374
56
1
50
138
21
1OC
1,724
986
1,569
904
1,24492
74221
233
141
51
5
93
44
10
32
4,089
150
3,931
3,655
59
3,636
3,002160
59
2,943160
533
533
109
16
93
239
45
190
45
27
19
2,494
1.554
2,245
1,450
1,832107
1 .17053
307
228
92
17
148
90
9
37
465
50
415
400
14
386
29936
14
28536
65
12
8
42
24
18
11
N
65
286
178
238
182
17524
12412
40
25
...
11
34
S
438
112
326
318
19
300
22335
19
20435
61
60
16
9
7
11
20
17
280
158
193
125
14415
7920
34
27
...
15
87
10
6
21
939
43
646
819
23
796
61676
23
59476
127
19
14
77
44
33
24
21
127
351
458
321
39632
22144
71
56
15
4
62
14
6
18
1,183
32
1,131
,058
17
1,041
84248
17
82546
169
169
30
4
26
66
8
60
8
4
4
721
443
848
410
51732
32516
99
69
25
5
45
23
5
126
82
112
56
7612
38 7
5
9
5
4
H
0
TABLE 17.EICYNENT BYINDI$T"Y, CLASS OF WORKER AND SEX, AND BY OCCUPATION, CLASS OPWORKER AND SEX,
TABLEAU 17.EMPLOI SELCN LA BRANCHE O'BCTIVLTE, LBSTATUS PEOFES5IONNEL ES LB
LA PROFESSION,LE STATUS PROFESSIONNEL ST LEERIE, CANADE
C
-
978
-
CANADA
31
SFXE,ITSELON
.JUILLET
ALLCLASSLS OF WORKERS
PAID WEIEKIRS
ENSEMBLE DES1RAVAILLEUPS
BOTH SEXES
MEN
WOMEN
I
TRAVAILLEUBS KEMUNERES
BOTH SEXES
MEN
WOMEN
I
LES DEUX SEXES [HJMMESJ FLEMES
LU DEUX SEXESJHOMMESJ FEMMES
THOUSANDS -MILLIERS
-
ALLINDUSTRIES -TDUTESBRANCHES D'ACTIVITT ........................
10,644
6.122
4,022
9,521
51870
3,651
GOODS-PRODUCINGINDUSTRIES -INDUSTRIES DEPIERS..................
3,642
2,9)2
743
3,096
2,465
631
AGRICULTURE......................................................
547
403
144
172
127
45
OTHEBPRIMARYINDUSTRIES-AJTRESRANC}-ES CU SECTEUXPRI.IRL
292
269
23
267
244
22
FORESTRY -FCR?TS ..............................................
99
92
7
92
86
FISHING AND TRAPPING -pg0-rElPIEGEUGI.......................
32
31
...
15
14
MINES.QUARRIES AND OILWELLS -MINES,LARRIERESftPOITSI5
PETROLE........................................................
7
.
.. 61
146
15
160
145
15
.
2. 063
1,541
522
2,031
1,520
517
CONSTRUCTION .....................................................
.740
669
51
620
574
4*
SERVICE-PRODUCINGINDUSTRIES - INDUSTRIES DRSERVICES............ .
7. 001
3.120
3,282
6,425
3.405
3,020
TRANSPORTATION,CONMUNICATICN AND OTHER UTILITIES - TRARSPORES,
COMMUNICETICE ESAUTMESSERVICESPUBLICS.......................
914
734
183
8*6
689
177
TRANSPORTAT ICR AND CCMMURICATION - TRANSPORTS ET
CCI4 MUMICWTION ..............................................
784
621
163
739
579
161
MANUFACTURING - INDUSTRIES MANUFACTURIERES ......................
ELECTRIC POWER,GASAND WATERUTILIIIES - BRERGIE
ELECTRICUE, GAOETEXU.....................................
.129
113
17
127
110
17
TRADE
- COMMERCE .................................................
..
eoc
1108
731
11608
950
858
FINANCE,INSURANCE ARC REAL ESTATE - FINANCES, ASSURANCESIT
AFB AIRES IMMCBILIERES ..........................................
.
560
233
378
545
221
375
R
MUNITY,BUSINESS AND PERSONAL SERVICE - SERVICES
OC IC-CUt TURFLS COMMEECIGUTITP1SONV ELS .....................
2930
1,164
1,765
2,617
1,035
1 1 562
...................
789
511
278
789
511
278
....
..............................
10,644
6,622
4,022
9,521
5,870
3,*51
763
517
186
756
511
184
NATURALSCIENCES -SCIENCES NAIURELL ................................ 364
322
42
355
314
41
SOCIALSCIENCES-SCIENCESISOlAtES .................................165
76
87
152
67
86
RELIGION.............................................................26
21
4
26
21
4
TEACHING -ENSEIGNENENT ............................................ 368
175
193
360
172
187
MEDICINE ANDHEALTH - MIOEC NEElSANTE............................. 462
98
364
435
74
380
ARTISTIC ANCRECREATIONAL - ARTSITACTIVITES RECREATIVES
146
88
58
114
67
47
1,813
430
1,383
1,782
427
1,355
.
MANAGERIAL,ACMINISTRATIVE-DIRECTIONSTACMINISTXAIILN
CLERICAL -TRAVAIL4DMINISTRATIF .................................
C
SALES -COMMERCE.................................................
1,081
680
401
910
571
339
SERVICE-SERVICES...............................................
1,4E7
665
752
1,223
616
600
AGRICULTUXE ......................................................
45
.808
464
144
221
117
FISHING,HUNTING.TEAPPIES -PECHE,CI-XSSE, PIEGEAGE
32
31
...
15
14
FORESTRY AND LOGGING-EXPLOI 1411 CRFORESTIERT...................
.77
73
4
10
47
MININGANDJARRYING -NINESST CARRIERES ........................
60
59
...
57
57
PROCESSING-TRAITEMENT DESIATBES
IE
PREMIERES...................
419
340
79
412
334
78
MACHINING - USINAGE DESMAT IERESPREMIERES.......................
266
248
18
256
238
E8
PRODUCT FABRICTIRG, ASSEMBLING AND REPAIRING - FABRICAT ICR,
MONTAGEESREPARATION08PRODULTSFINIS.......................
939
738
202
894
091
197
CONSTRUCTION TRADES - NETIERS CELA CCNSTRUCTICN.................
761
750
11
659
650
9
TRANSPORTEQUIPMENT OPERATION - TRANSPORTS .......................
453
434
19
410
392
18
IXTERIALSHANDLING -MANUIENT ION.................................
774
226
48
271
224
47
ER CRAFTS AND EQUIPMENT OPERATING - C3NOUITE 0E MACHINES IT
O'APPAREILS DIVERS ..............................................
150
125
25
146
122
24
4
32
TABLE 18. EMPLOYMENT BY PROVINCE, INDUSTRY AND SEX
TABLEAU 18. EPIPLOI SALON LA PROVINCE, LA ARANCHE DACTIVETE ET 1€ SEXE
JULY - 1978 - JUILLET
T.s1
i NFLO.J P.R. I.
CANADA-- -- - DUE.ONT.MAN.SAlK. ALTA.C.-B.
1.-N.
N.-E. N.
...........
.........................
......
......
..........................
........................
BOTH SEXES - LBS DEUX SEXES
AGFICULTURE
NON-AGRICULTURE - NON AGEICCLR
OTHER PRIMARY INDUSTRIES - AUTRES
BRANCIES CU SECTEUR PRIMAIRE
MANUFACTURING - INDUSTRIES MANIJFBCTURIEPES
CONSTRUCTION
TRANSPORTATION, CIDFMUNICATICN C OTHER
UTILITIES - TRANSPORTS, CCP'PUNICATEIN C AUTRES SEOVICTS PUBLICS..
TRADE - COMMERCE
....................
FINANCE, INSURANCE USC VEAL ESTATE FINANCES 1 ASSURANCES PT AFIDIRES
IMMORILIERES
SERVICR
......................
.............................
PUBLIC BCMINISTBATTCN - ADHINISTRUlION PURL TOUR
..........................
...........................
......
........
..........................
........................
MEN - HOMMES
THOUSANDS - MILLIERS
13,644
168
53
332
268
2,710
4,388
465
436
935
5
9
5
89
150
57
112
53
1,1(3
32
48
323
262
2,621
3,937
415
326
844
11131
..
:9
13
65
55
9
10
51
54
547
...
10,096
167
292
15
2,063
30
5
51
45
594
993
61
28
78
182
740
16
5
23
25
161
269
32
29
55
81
514
21
5
33
27
248
300
48
36
BE
1,809
34
9
63
48
439
680
81
69
162
.
225
560
7
...
15
10
136
234
25
20
47
CE
2,930
47
16
89
72
185
1,118
126
103
253
322
789
18
4
35
24
194
288
34
32
Ca
93
126
32
226
170
1,724
2,494
286
280
562
721
4
7
5
67
106
39
86
66
22
6,622
403
...
6,218
125
28
20)
lAS
1,657
2,388
247
154
516
699
269
15
...
18
12
63
51
8
10
42
45
1,541
21
4
38
34
429
740
43
21
61
14.-
CONSTRUCTION
689
15
5
21
23
155
249
30
27
TRANSPORTATION, CCMMUNICATICN C OTHER
UTELIIIES - TRANSPORTS, CCPUNICATICE C AUTRE5 SERVICES PUBLICS
734
18
4
25
23
205
235
40
1,078
20
5
37
29
281
388
49
5 4
58
101
9
9
19
25
1.164
19
5
3125
337
439
44
36
98
130
511
15
...
2316
128
184
24
19
42
58
4,022
62
21
12698
986
1,594
178
158
357
443
22
44
11
26
27
11
964
1,550
168
132
330
432
5
...
...
9
S
AGRICULTU
NON-AGRICULTURE - NON AGBICCLE
OTHER PRIMARY INCUSTRIES - AUTRES
IRE
ANANCI-ES CU SECTEUR
MA2UFAC1UR1ND - INDUSTRIES MANUfACTURIRES
TRADE - COMMERCE
....................
FINANCE, INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE FINANCES, ASSURANCES ER AFFAIRES
IMMOBILIRES
SERVIC'
......................
.............................
.....................
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION - ADMINISTRAlION FURL IQUE
........................
.........................
......
......
..........................
........................
WOMEN - FEMMES
AGRICULTURE
NON-AGRICULTURE - NCEI AGRICOLE
OTHER PRIMARY INDUSTRIES - AUTRES
BRANCHES 00 SECTEUR PRIMAIRE
MANUFACTURING - INCUSTRIES MANUFACTUR1RE5
CONSTRUCT 1CM
TRANSPORTATICN, CCMP4UNICATICN C OTHER
UTILITIES - TRANSPORTS, COMMIJNICATION C AUTRES SERVICES PUBLICS
TRADE - COMMERCE
....................
FINANCE, INSURANCE ANC REAL ESTATE FINANCES1 ASSURANCES ET AFFAIPES
IMHO8ILEERES
SERVICE
......................
.............................
.....................
PUBLIC ACMINISTRATICN - AOMINISTRAlION PUBLIQUE
S
.
233
144
3,818
62
20
12397
23
9
522
.
51
1210
...
4
164
253
18
6
17
31
6
20
...
...
9
7
43
65
8
7
20
24
158
291
32
27
67
95
10 7
77
133
16
11
28
41
1,16528115846
448
679
82
66
155
193
12 B
66
104
10
12
26
35
180
731
14
328 4
278
...
5 4
2519
...
0
•
TABLE19.EMPLOYMENT BY PROVINCE,
TDPLrA(J 1?.LMPLCI
ELf, LA PROVINCE,
OCCUPATION AND SEX
LA
PROFESSION El LE
JULY - 1578 - JUILLET
---
-
N.E.
----------
T._N.l._P._E.N._E.j N.—B.
1
QUE.
33
SEXE
ONT.j
MAN.
SASK.[ALIA.j
B.C.-
THOUSANDS - MILLIERS
BOTH SEXES - LESOEUXSEXES............
10.644
188
53
332
MANAGERIAL.PROFESSIONAL, ETC.—
DIRECTION ElPROFESSIONS LIBERALES
2,254
37
10
CLERICAL - TRAVAIL ADMISISTRATIF
1,813
24
7
SALES-COMMERCE ..................... 1.081
19
SERVICE-SMRVICES................... 1,417
26
PRIMARY OCCUDATIONS - PROFFSSICNS Dli
SECTEURPEIMAIRE ..................... 776
15
PROCESSING - TRAITEMENT DESATIERES
PREMIRES .......................... 1,625
29
CCNSIRLCTICN ........................... 761
19
TRANSPCRTATICN -TRANSPORT......... .... "53
10
MATERIALS
FABDLISr, ANDCT9R CRAFTS
T
MANU ENTIONS ElAUTPESMET TEES
424
8
MEN-HCRMES.......................... ..6,622
126
MANAGERIAL, PROFESSIONAL,ETC._DIRACTIDS FTPRIJFS5ICNS LIBERAtES
11359
23
430
6
SALES-CCMERCE .......................680
11
CLERICAL - TRAVAIL AOMINISTRATIF
.
-
SERV1CR -SERVICES ..................... 665
.
.
268
2.710
4,088
465
438
939
1,163
73
50
601
892
94
74
214
249
53
44
484
734
71
54
148
193
5
34
26
267
414
46
39
98
132
9
44
39
376
535
62
53
109
166
8
26
18
138
203
57
119
116
74
5
47
42
444
717
61
34
85
163
5
27
24
174
264
35
34
95
84
..
16
13
114
159
20
17
42
59
...
13
13
111
171
11
14
31
45
32
206
170
1.124
2.494
286
280
582
721
5
39
29
360
534
53
41
127
149
11
10
144
170
16
9
2L
36
22
16
182
253
28
25
59
80
19
17
198
250
26
20
44
75
17
116
158
47
93
85
62
PRIMARY OCCUPATIONS - PROFESSIONS DU
SECTRURRIPAIRE.................... 627
IS
7
24
TMAITEMET ITSATIEPES
0CESSING
°REMIEEES ..........................1.325
23
4
39
34
347
579
50
30
77
143
ISTRUCITOS.......................... 753
18
5
27
24
173
259
35
33
94
81
ANSFCPTATICE-TRAIISPCRT.............434
10
15
12
112
153
17
17
'.0
54
351
7
11
11
91
137
15
12
27
33
4,022
62
126
98
986
1,594
178
158
357
443
'IITERIALSlANdING AND OTHERCRAFTS
'IANUTFNT IONS PTAUTOES ME'TIEES
WOMEN -FEM'4E5.........................
MANAGEEIAL, PROFESSIONAL, ETC.,—
DIRECTIOSFTPRCFESSICNS LIBIRALES
21
935
15
1
34
22
241
357
41
34
67
100
1,3e3
18
5
42
34
343
564
15
45
122
157
SALES- COMMERCE....................
401
B
...
12
10
85
160
19
14
38
52
SEV10E-SERVICES ..................
752
12
1
25
22
178
284
36
33
85
91
PRIMARY CCCUPATIONS -PlOFESSILNS DU
SECTEURPRTI'AIRE ..................
149
22
44
10
21
26
14
PPCCES5NG - TR8ITEVENT DES PATIEEES
PREMIERES.........................
255
4
8
17
CONSTRLCTION........................
11
TP3NSP'PTATICN-TRANSPC8T ..........
MATFEIALS1-AECLING AND Cliff_ACRAFTS
MANCTENj(JN5 FTAUTRESMETIERS...
...
5
6
C1RICAL- TRAVAIL AOMINISTPATIF.
7
.
...
..
.
8
7
97
138
12
...
...
...
4
...
II
...
...
...
6
...
73
...
...
19
04
...
TABLE 20. EMPLOYED BY HOURS WORKED IN REFERENCE WEEK BY PROVINCE, CLASS OF WORKER AND SEX
TABLEAU 20. PENSCRINES OCCUP(ES SUIVANT LE NOMERE DHEURES TRAVAILLEES AU GOURD DR LA SEHAINE DR REFERENCE
SELCN LA PROVINCE, LE 514131 PROFESS ICNNEL El LE SEXE
JULY - 1978 - JUILLET
-
W
TCTAL
0
HOURS
1-29
HOURS
HELJRES
HEURES
I
35-39
HOURS
40
HOURS
41-49
HOURS
IHEURES
HEURES
P4EURES
-IEURES
30-34
HOURS
j
50H1UANDL'
HEURES
El PLUS
THOUSANDS - MILLIERS
C 8N AC A
ALLINDISTRIES - TOUTED BRANCHES CACIIVITE
1,742
1,030
712
1,207
422
186
519
232
281
1,551
665
886
3,302
2,341
961
947
743
203
1,377
1,1139
187
ALL CLASSES - ENSEMBLE DES IRAVAILLEURS
BOTHSEXES - LEDCRUXSEXES................ 10,096
MEN-HCHMES .............................. 6,218
WOMEN-FEMMES............................ 3,878
1,716
1,013
733
1,130
393
737
487
216
271
1,534
656
878
3,243
2,302
941
910
717
193
1,071
922
ASS
PAID WORKERS - TRAVAILLEUBS PEMUNEFES
BOIl-SEXES -LEDDEUXSEXES................
MEN-HOMMES ..............................
WCMEN-FEMMES............................
9,349
5,743
3,606
1,627
967
660
973
332
641
444
192
251
1,501
635
847
3,099
2,200
E99
859
678
181
847
740
101
188
31
20
26
15
56
1'.
2*
187
187
31
29
20
18
26
24
15
14
56
52
13
12
26
18
53
6
6
...
4
19
5
10
48
42
6
6
5
4
...
4
4
18
11
5
4
7
5
332
48
40
15
34
126
29
40
323
294
48
'.5
38
32
15
13
33
32
125
118
28
27
34
BOTHSEXES -LESDFUXSEXES................ 10,644
MEN-HUMMES............................... 6,622
WOMEN-FEMMES............................. 4,022
NON-8GRICULTURE - SECTEUP NCN-AOPICCLE
NEWFCCINCL8tC - TERRE-NEUVE
ALLINDLSTVIES - TOUTESBRANCHES CACIIVITE
NCN-AC-PICULTURE - SELIEUR NCN_AGDICCLE
ALL CLASSES - ENSEMBLE DES IPAVAILLE_URS ....
PAID NORKERS - TRAVAILLEURS RMUNERES
PRINCE EDWARD ISLANC - 1LE-OU-PPINCR-EDCURRO
ALLINOLSTE IRS - TOUTEDBRANCHES C'AClIVITE
NCN-AGRICLJLTUEE - SECTEUE NC6-AGRICCLE
ALL CLUSSES - ENSEMBLE DES TRAVAILIIURS
PAlO WORKERS -TRAVAILLEUBS REHUSERES
NCVA SCOTIA - NOUVELLE-ECOSSE
ALLINOLS7PIES -TOUTEDBRANCHESC'AClIVITE
NON-AGRICULTURE - SECTEUR NAN-ASP ICOLE
811 CLASSES - ENSEMBLE DES TRAVAILLEURS
PAID WORKERS - TRAVAILLEURS REMUNERES
NEW BRUNSWICK - ECUVEAU-BRUNSWICR ALLINOLSTQIES -TOIJTES BRANCHES LJ'ACIIVITE
N0N-AGPICULTLIRE - SECTEUR NCN-AGPICOLE
ALLCLASSES - ENSEMOLE 035 TPAVAILLEURS
PAID WORKERS - TRAVAILLEURS PEMUNEFES
CUE B ES
AllINOLSIP IRS - TOUTEDBRANCHES UACTIVI ......
NON-AGRICULTURE - SECTEUR NCN-AGRICCLE
ALLCLASSES - ENSEMBLE DES TRAVNILLEUBS ,
AID WORKERS - TRAVAILLEURS PEMUNERS.......
ONTARIO
ALLINDLSOSIES -TOUTEDERANCIESCAC1IVI'TE
NCN-AGRICULTURE - SECTEUK NCE-AGBICCLE
ALLCLASSES - ENSEMBLE DESTRAVAILLEUBS
PAIlWORKERS - TEAVAILLEURS REMUNFRES .......
MON 11)86
ALLINDUSTRIES - TOUTES BRANCHES C'ACIIVITR
539-AGRICULTUBE - SECTEUN NON-AGRICALE
ALL CLASSES - ENSEMBLE DESTRAVAILLEURS
PAIDRCRCFRS - TEAVAILLEURS PERUNPES
SASKAICI-5 WAN
ALLINOLSTETPV - TCLJTESPRANTHES CRCIIVITL
NON-NG'ICULTURE - SRCTEUR4CE_AGRICCLF
ALL CLASSES -ENSEMBLE CESTRAVAILLEURS
PAID WORKERS - TRAVAILLEURS REMUNERES
ALBERTA
ALLINDLSTR IRS -rOUtESBRANCHES CACTIVITE..
634-AGRICULTURE -SECTEUR NCN-ADRICOLE
ALL CLASSES - ENSEPPLE DES TEAVAILLEURS
PAID WORKERS - TRAVAILLEURS PERUNRES
BRITISH CCLUMRIA - COLCMBIE-BRIIANNIQUE
ALLINOISTRIES -TOUTEDERANCHES C'ACIIVITE
PION-ACRICULTURE - SECIELIR SCRI-AGEICOLE
ALLCLASSES - ENSEMBLE DES TRAVAILLEURS
PAID WORKERS - TRAVAILLEU'S ERMUNEPES ...... .
...
268
42
29
13
28
99
26
262
244
42
41
28
24
12
11
28
27
98
94
26
25
2,710
580
252
141
447
755
234
2,621
2,443
578
554
243
211
13'.
122
445
439
744
709
228
218
249
190
4,C88
633
486
172
590
1,343
468
486
585
572
51325
1,269
396
373
414
325
58
137
37
12
56
55
134
126
34
32
41
34
3.937
3,636
592
557
459
389
166
150
465
81
55
24
49
43
22
20
62
56
20
43
112
31
114
56
53
41
36
14
13
40
39
105
102
25
23
45
36
939
134
111
48
121
272
86
160
846
796
129
123
99
88
43
40
117
115
203
252
80
77
116
101
1,163
157
153
57
212
383
78
127
1,131
1,041
155
145
147
128
53
48
210
204
376
359
74
67
314
89
415
386
79
75
438
326
303
WHEREAS THE INDIJSTAR
NOTE:THENUMBER OF HOURSWORKED IN THE PEFERENCP WERE REFERS 10 THE TOTAL OP ALL HOURS WORKED AT ALL JOBS,
-APIS CLASS CFWORKERCLASS IFICATICNS REFER10 THE MAIN JOE ONLY.
NOTA:LE NOMBREHEURES TEAVAILLES DURANTLA SRMBINE DR REFCRENCE ElI LE TOTAL DR TOUTES LES HEUFS IRAVAILLEES A TC-US LEA
EMPLCIS,MEME SILARRANCHE D'ACTIVITEElLE STATUTPEOFESSIONNEL SONT AITPIBUES 0APRSLEMPICI PRINCIPALSEULEMENT.
0
TABLE 21. ACTUAl. AND USUAL HOURS WORKED BY INDUSTRY AND BY OCCUPATION (MAIN JOB), CANADA
3,
TABLEAU 21. HEURES TRIVAILLEES El HABITUELLEMENI TRAVAILLEES SELON LA ORANCHE DACTIVITE
SELON LA PROFESSION (EMPLOI PRINCIPAL), CANADA
S
JULY - 1978 - JUILLET
ACTUAL HOURS
USUAL HJRS
HEURES TRAVAILLEES
IIEURES IABITUELLES
AVERAGE)11 j AVERAGE(2(
ITOTAL
OYENNES(1) MOVEFINESIZ1
1)
...............................
.............................................................
..............
ALL INDUSTRIES - TOUTES BRANCHES DACTIVITE
AGEICULTURE
'000)
('000)
351,999
33.1
39.6
418,493
28,068
51.3
53.9
29,228
53.4
5,399
41.2
46.0
6,167
47.1
FORESTRY, FISHING AND TRAPPING - FORNS, PECHE El PIEGEAGE
NINES, CUAREIRS AND OIL WELLS - MINES. CAPPIERES El PUllS DE PETECLE
39.3
5,052
31.4
42.5
6,725
41.8
MANUFACTURING - INDUSTRIES MANUFACTURIERES
68,167
33.0
40.1
82,347
39.9
CONSTRUCTION
30.475
41.2
..............................
............................................................
27,122
36.7
40.9
TRANSP)RTATION, CCFRUNICATICN AND OTEER UTILITIES - TRANSPORTS,
COMMUNICATICNS El AUTRES SERVICES PUBLICS
31.252
34.2
40.6
36.702
40.2
TRADE - CCMMRRCE
59.758
33.0
37.9
68,060
37.6
38.2
...............................
........................................................
...................................................
...............................................
FINANCE, INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE - FINANCES, ASSURANCES El
AFFAIRES IMMO8ILIRES
18,467
33.0
38.3
21,40C
COMMUNITY, BUSINESS AND PERSONAL SERVICE - SERV ICES SOCIO-CULTURELS,
CCMMERCIAUX FT PERSCTNELS
83,076
28.4
36.6
107,273
36.6
PUPLIC AOPINISTRAIION - ADMINISTEATICS PUFLIQUE
25,639
32.5
38.2
30,118
38.2
351,999
33.1
39.6
418,493
39.3
.......................................
..................................................
...........................................
...........................................................
.........................................................
.............
.........
..........................
............................................. ...
....
ALLOCCUPATIONS -TOUTESPROFESSIONS MANAGERIALAND PROFESSIONAL (3) - DIRECTION El
PROFESSIONS LIBERALES(3)
66,131
24.7
33.4
88,549
36.6
CLEPICAL -TRAVAIL ATIUT'.5TIF
54,399
30.0
35.1
63,626
35.1
S-COMMERCE
.
37,072
34.3
39.5
42.142
39.0
101- SERVICES
45,388
32.3
36.8
51,742
36.5
ERYOCCUPATIONS (4)-PROFESSIONSDUSECTEURPRIMAIRE 141
36,151
47.4
51.1
39,365
50.7
FSSING,ETC.(5)- TRAITAPENT DESMATITRESPEE4ITES,ETC.(U)
54,358
33.5
40.7
65,926
40.6
TRUCTION TRADES- METIERS CFLACCESTRUCTICN 27,766
36.5
41.2
31,419
41.3
16,755
37.0
43.9
19,629
43.3
13.410
31.6
37.7
16,093
38.0
ANSP3P1AT ICN - TRANSPORTS
MATERIALS HANDLING AND OTHER CRAFTS
0
A V ER AGE I 1)
TOTALMOYENNE SI II
-
MANUTENTIONS FT AUTRES METIERS (1)
AVERAGE CALCULATED USIEG TOTAL EMPLCYED.
FOTENNE CALCULEE EN SE SERVANTDRL'EFPLCE TITAL.
(2)
AAE'ACF CALCULATED EECIUDINC PERSONS WHO WERE NOT ATWORE DURING THEREFERENCE WEEK.
RCYENNE CALCULE EN EICLUANT 165 PERSCNNES Oil NCNT PAl TRAVAILLC PENDANT LA SEMAIFIE
- -
01 REFERENCE.
(3)
INCLUDESMANAGERIAL990ACMItISTATIVE, NATURAL SCIENCES.SOCIAL SCIENCES, RELIGION, TEACHING, MEDICINE AND HEALTH, A'TISTICAND
"ECREAT 10981 OCCUPATICES.
C'TMPTENO CIRECT1CN ElADMINISTPATICP,SCIENCES NATPELLES, SCIENCESSCCIALES, RELIGION, ENSEIGNEMENT, MEDECINE FTSANTE , ARTS AT
ECTIVITESRCRATIVES.
(4)
ISCLU&.ES FARMERS AND FASM WCRKERS, FISHERMEN, TRAPPERS AND HURlERS,LCGGEPS AND RELATED WORICEDS, MINERS, QUARRYMEN AND RELATED
6C'FEES.
CIMPREND LES CULTIVATEURS ElTRAVAILLEURS 8GFICCLES, LES PECHEUES,PIEQEJPS FT CHASSEJRS, LED RUCEIERONS FT LES TRAVAILLEURS
ASSI'ILES,LES'iINEURS, LEDCARRIERSFTLES TRAVAILLEURS ASSIMILES.
(5)
I'ICLUCES PPOCESSING, MACHINIP,G,AND PR0DUCT FAARICATING,ASSEMBLING AND REPAIRING.
C(MPEND TRAIIRMENT DES MATIFRES PREMIERES, USINADE DES MATIVRS PREMIERESFTFABRICATION,
PINIS.
-
MONTAGE
ElREPARATION OF
PRODUITS
36
TAPLE 22. TOTAL AND AVERAGE HOURS WORKED PER AEER 4ALL JOBS), CANADA
TABLEAU 22. TOTAL At RCYENNE OES HEURES TRAVAILLEES PAR SEMAINE (TOUS L1 HPLOIS), CANADA
JULY - 1978 - JUILLET
USUAL H0L)R
ACTUAL HOURS
HEURES TRAVAILLEES
AVERAGE(S)
'TOTAL
I
AVERAC,E(Z)
I-I-
I
HEURES HABIT
TOTAL
I-
[MOYP NRA 54 4
MOYENNESIS)jMOYENNES(2)
('000)
('000)
BY SEX, AGE EEC FULL-TIME OR FART-TIME
SELCN LE SEXE, LSG! El LEMPLOI I PLEIN TEMPS OU A TEMPS PARTIAL
...........................................
........................................
......................................
15 - 24 YEARS - ANS .................................................
PULL-TIME - A PLAIN TEMPS ........................................
PART-TIME - ' lAMPS PARTIEL ......................................
25 YEARS ANC OVER - ENS El PILE .....................................
FULL -TIME - ,,A PLAIN TEMPS ........................................
PART-TIME - A TEMPS PARTIAL ......................................
HEN - HCPMiS .........................................................
FULL - TIME - A PLEIN TEMPS ........................................
PART-TIME - A TEMPS PARTIAL ......................................
15 - 24 YEARS - ENS .................................................
FULL-TIME - ,,A OLEIN TEMPS ........................................
PART-TIME - A TEMPS PARTIEL ......................................
25 'YEARS AND OVER - ENS El PLIS .....................................
PULL-TIME - .,A PLAIN TEFPS ........................................
PART - TIME - A TEMPS PARTIAL ......................................
WOMEN - FEMMES .......................................................
FULL-TIME - A PLEIN TEMPS ........................................
PART-TIME - 'A TEMPS PARTIAL ......................................
15 - 24 YEARS - ENS .................................................
PLEIN TEMPS ........................................
FULL-TIME
PART-TIME - A TEMPS PARTIAL ......................................
25 YEARS ARC OVER - ENS AT PILS .....................................
FULL-TIME - , PLEIN TEMPS
PART-TIME - A TEMPS PARTIEL ......................................
80TH SEXES - LES OEUX SEXES
FULL-TIME -.8 PLEIN TEMPS
PART-TIRE - A lAMPS PARTIAL
-
N
356,095
33.5
40.0
422,970
39.7
343,805
15,290
35.6
14.2
42.6
16.9
405,811
17,361
42.4
16.2
101,497
33.9
37.2
111,329
37.1
94,582
6,914
37.2
15.2
40.8
16.8
103,995
7.334
40.9
16.1
254,598
33.3
35.5
311,642
40.6
246,223
8,376
35.0
13.6
37.5
13.9
301,615
10.027
42.4
16.2
241,818
36.5
43.2
283,832
42.9
237,597
4,221
37.4
15.3
44.5
16.8
279,369
4.464
44.0
16.2
60,864
36.5
39.7
65,883
39.6
58,035
2,829
39.2
15.2
42.7
16.5
62,927
2,956
42.5
15.9
183,953
36.5
38.1
217,949
44.0
179.562
1,391
36.9
15.5
38.8
11.6
216,441
1,508
4..
114,277
28.4
34.5
139,138
3'..
103,208
11,069
32.0
13.9
38.9
16.9
126,241
12,897
3 1 1.
43,632
30.5
34.0
45,446
36,541
4,095
34.4
15.2
38.2
17.0
41,068
4,378
73.645
27.4
30.4
93,693
34.8
66,661
6,984
30.8
13.2
34.3
14.5
85,174
8,519
39.4
16.1
64,654
35.6
42.4
76,538
42.2
183,935
33.7
39.3
212,908
34.1
37,656
34.3
39.5
42,789
39.0
39,177
31.4
39.3
48,204
38.7
33,672
29.6
41.3
42,533
41.1
6.378
11978
11,358
9,040
84.547
137,788
15,843
16,960
33,449
3E,755
33.9
37.1
34.2
33.8
31.2
33.7
34.1
38.7
35.6
33.3
40.6
42.2
40.0
40.1
39.7
39.5
41.3
45.1
41.6
38.5
7,914
2,242
13,423
10,781
106,409
160,328
18,986
19,574
38,621
44,687
42.1
42.1
40.4
40.3
39.3
39.2
40.8
44.7
41.1
38.4
.
38.7
16.3
BY EOUCATICN - SELDN LEDUCATICN
.......................
..........................
SOME POST 5ECCNDARY - QUELQUES ETUDES
POST SECCNCAIRES .....................................................
POST SECONDARY CERTIFICATE OR DIPLOMA CERTIFICAT DU OIPLME POST SECCNOAIRE ................................
UNIVERSITY DEGREE - DEGREUNIVEPSITAL ................................
0-8 YEARS OF SCHOOLING - C A B AP4NEE$ D'ETUDES
SOME HIGH SCHOOL 640 NO POST SECONDARY - QUELQUES ETUDES
SECONDAIRES AT AUCUNE ETUDE PCS'T SECCNCAIRE
BY PROVINCE - AStOR LA PROVINCE
...........................................
.........................
........................................
...............................................................
..............................................................
.............................................................
.........................................................
..............................................................
..............................
NEWFOUNDLAND - TERRE-MAuVE
PRINCE ECHARO ISLAND - Tj.E-OU-PRINCE-EOOIJARO
NOVA SCOTIA - NCUVELLE-ECCSSE
NEW BRUNSWICK - NC.UVEAU-EEUNSWICK
QUEBEC
ONTARIO
MANITOBA
SASKATCHEWAN
ALBERTA
BRITISH COLUMBIA - COLOMEIF-BRITANNIQUE
(1) AVERAGE CALCULATED USOAG TCIAL EMPLOYED.
HOYENNE CALCULE EN SE SERVANT DE LEMPLOI
10141
(2) AVERAGE CALCULATED EXCLUDING PERSONS WHO WERE
MOVENNE CALCULIE EN EXCLUANT LES PFRSONNES QUI
.1T''i_i.t'
N'Yl "8S IWA4AILLC PE[l4N 1_A ,EM#LY.
E\tL.
TABLE 23. TOTAl. AND AVERAGE HOURS WORKED PEP WEEK IMAIN JOEl, CANADA
37
TABLEAU 23. TOTAL ET FCYENNE DES HEURES IRAVAILLEES PAR SEMAINE IEMPLOI PRINCIPAL), CANADA
JULY - 1978 - JUILLET
S
ACTUAL HOURS
USUAL H3JRS
IBUKES TRAVAILLES
IIEURES HABITUELLES
AVEEAG'(1)
AVERAGE(2)
TOTAL-
MOYENNES(11 MOYENNES(21
AVER AUc Ill
TOTAL MDYE NNE S( 1)
I
('000)
( . 300)
BY SEX, AGE AED FULL-TIME CR PART-TIME
SELON LB SEXE, LGE ET L'EPLOI ' PLEIB TEMPS OU 'A TEMPS PARTIEL
BOTH SEXES - LES DEUX SEXES
..............................................
351,999
33.1
39.6
418,493
39.3
FULL-TIME - A PLEIN TEMPS ...........................................
PART-lIME - A TEMPS PARTIEL .........................................
336,847
15,152
35.2
14.5
42.2
16.8
401,272
17,222
41.9
16.0
....................................................
100,367
33.5
36.8
110.153
36.6
FULL-TIME - A PLAIN TEMPS ...........................................
PART-TIME -TEMPS PART IF). .........................................
93.523
6,844
36.8
15.0
43.4
16.6
102,890
7,284
40.5
16.0
........................................
251.632
32.9
40.8
308,339
40.3
FULL-TIME - A PLEIN TEMPS ...........................................
PART-TIME - A TEMPO PARTEEL .........................................
243.324
8,307
34.6
13.4
42.9
16.9
298,382
9,958
42.5
16.1
............................................................
238,648
36.3
42.8
280,408
42.3
FULL-TIME - P PLAIN TEMPS ...........................................
PART-TIME - A TEMPS PARTIEL .........................................
234,482
4,166
37.0
15.1
44.0
16.7
275,997
4,411
43.5
16.0
....................................................
60,144
36.1
39.3
68,134
39.0
FULL - TIME - p PLEIN TEMPT ...........................................
PART-TIME - A TEMPS PARTIEL .........................................
57.346
21796
38.8
15.0
42.2
16.4
62,210
2,924
42.0
15.7
15 - 24 YEARS - AMS
25 YEARS AND OVER - 4N5 El PLLS
MEN - HCF'E$
15 - 24 YEARS - ANT
25 YEARS AND OVER - 8N5 ET PLLS
........................................
118,504
36.0
44.1
215,274
43.4
FULL - TIME - ,D)I TE.MPS ...........................................
PART-TIME - A TEMPS PARTIEL .........................................
117,133
11370
36.4
15.2
44.6
17.3
213,787
1,486
43.9
16.5
..........................................................
113.351
28.2
34.3
138,085
34.3
LTIME -P).EIN TEMPS ...........................................
T-TIME -TEMPS PARTIAL .........................................
102,366
10,985
31.7
13.8
38.6
16.8
128,278
12,811
38.8
16.1
40,222
30.2
33.6
45,019
33.8
36.174
41046
34.1
15.0
37.9
16.8
40,880
4,339
38.3
16.1
........................................
73,129
27.2
34.7
93.066
34.8
FULL-TIME - P pLRIN TEMPO ...........................................
FART-lIME - A TEMPS PARTEEL .........................................
66,191
6,938
30.6
13.1
39.0
16.8
84,595
8,471
39.1
16.1
- FEMMES
.
I
-'. YEARS- MS
....................................................
FULL-TIME - :8 PLEIN TEMPS ...........................................
PART-TIME - A TEMPO PAPTIEL .........................................
25 YEARS AND OVER
-
MIS
El PLLS
BY EOUCATICF, - SELCN LEDUCATICN
0-8 YEARS OF SCl-OOL lAG - C A 8 ANN(ES D'ErUDES
..........................
SOMEHIGH SCHOOL AND NO POST SRCCNCARY - QUELQUES ETUDES
SECONDAIRES T AUCUNE frTUDE POST SECCACAIRE
63,86438.241.975,67441.7
181,98033.438.9210,79638.7
SOME POST SECOACAPY - QUELGUES ETUDES
POST SECCNCAER€S ........................................................
37,146
33.9
POST SECCNDARY CERIIFICATE OR OIPLCMA CERTIFICAT OU DIPLME POST SECCNCAIRE ...................................
38,775
UNIVERSITY DEGREE - 08088 UN! VEBSITAIRE
30,233
6,348
1,943
11,242
8,969
83,845
136.163
15,592
16,573
32,911
38,414
.................................
39.0
42,253
38.5
31.1
38.9
47,148
38.3
29.2
40.9
42,022
40.6
33.8
36.5
33.9
33.5
30.9
33.3
33.8
37.8
35.0
33.0
40.5
41.5
39.7
39.9
39.4
39.1
40.7
44.2
41.0
38.2
71878
2,207
13,302
10,703
105,632
158,583
18.712
19,129
38,025
44,323
41.9
41.4
40.1
40.0
39.0
38.8
40.3
43.7
40.5
38.1
BY PROVINCE - SELCN LA PROVINCE
REWFCUNCLANO - TRRRE-NRE,VE ..............................................
PRINCE ECWARC ISLAND - IJR-DU-PRINCE-EDOUARO ............................
NOVA SCOTIA - MOUVRLLR-EC055E ...........................................
NEW BRUNSWICK - NOUVEAU-BRUNSW ICR .......................................
QUEBEC ..................................................................
ONTARIO .................................................................
MANITOBA ................................................................
SASKATCHEWAN ............................................................
ALBERTA .................................................................
BRITISH COLUMBIA - COLOMRIE-FRITANNICUE .................................
I)
XVERAGE CALCULATED USIFG TOTAL EMFLCYED.
MOVENBE C8LCULE EN SE SERVAFT DE LERPLOI TOTAL.
2) AVERAGE CALCULATED EXCLUDING PERSONS WHO WERE NOT AT WORK DURING TIE REFERENCE WEEK. MOVENNE CALCUL(E EN EXCLUANT LES PERSONNEl GUI ICNT P85 TRAVAILL( PENDANT LA SEMAINE DE REFERENCE.
38
TABLE 24. FULL-TIME ANC PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT BY AGE AND SEX. AND BY MARITAL STATUS AND SEX, CANADA
TABLEAU 24. EMPLOI A PLEIN TEMPS ET A TEMPS PARTIEL SELON L'GE U LE SEXE, AT
SELON LE1AT MATRIMONIAL FT LB SElF,
CU'.
JULY - 1978 - JIJILLET
FULL-TIME PART-TIME
TOTAL
A PIE IN TEMPSA TIMES PARTIE.
TICUSANOS - MILL lEES
BOTH SEXES - LBS OEUX SEXES
10.644
9,511
1,013
15-24YEARS-ASS................................................................. 2.997
25-44YEARS-UNS................................................................
45-54YEARS-APIS.................................................................1,69B
55-64YEARS-APIS.................................................................1.033
45YEARSANDOVER-ASSETPLUS..................................................... 181
2,542
1,551
943
139
455
348
131
90
43
MARRIED-MAPlES................................................................. 6,920
SINGLE-CELIPATAIPES............................................................. 3,099
OT HER-AUTRES..................................................................... 625
6,331
2,677
563
188
423
62
MEN-HOR4MES....................................................................... 6,622
6,346
276
15 - 24YEARS-ASS................................................................. 1,666
25-44YEARS-ASS................................................................ 3,018
45-54YEARS-ASS................................................................. 1,102
55- 64YEARS-ANS.................................................................. 734
65YEARSANDOVER-INSUTPLLS..................................................... 132
1,480
2,990
11089
682
105
186
28
14
22
27
M ARRIED-MAPlES................................................................. 4,597
SI NGLE-CELIRATAIRES...................................................... .......1,793
OTHER-AUTRES..................................................................... 232
4,521
1,602
223
76
192
8
WOMEN-FEMMFS...................................................................... 4,022
3,225
797
15 - 24YEARS-INS.................................................................1,331
25 - 44YEARS-ANS................................................................. 1,727
45 - 54YEARS-ASS................................................................... 586
55 - 64YEARS-ASS.................................................................. 329
65YRABSANDOVER-AN,fTPLL...................................................... 49
1,082
1,406
442
261
33
269
320
124
68
16
MARRIED-MAPIEES .......................................................... .......2,323
SINGLE-CELIRATAIRES...................................................... .......1,306
OTHER-AUTRES ...................................................................... 353
1,811
1 1 075
339
512
231
54
FULL-TIME EMPLCYMENT CONSISTS OF PERSCNS WHO USUALLY WOIK 30 HOURS OR MORE PER WEEK,PLUS THOSEWHO USUALLYWORK LESS THU
HOURS BUT CONSIDER THEMSELVES TO BEEMPLOYED FULL-TIME; PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT CONSISTS OF ALLOTHER PERSONS AHO USUALLY WL
LESS THAN 30 HOURS PER WEAK.NOTE:L'UMPLOIA PLEIN lAMPS ES'! COMPOSE DES PERSCNNES QUITRAVAILLENT HARITUELLEMEN!' 33 HEURES OU PLUS PAR 51461SF, PLUS CELL
TXAVAILLE'ITMOINS DR30 HEURES HAIS031SECONSIDEPENTEMPLOYEES 'A PLEIN TEMPS; L'EMPLOITA TEMPS PARTIELESTCOMPOSliE
Ti3.1ESLBS AUTRES PERSCNNES CUI TRAVAILLENT HARITUALLEMENT MOINSOF30 HEUVES PARSEMAINE.
NOTE:
.
fl
TABLE 25. FULL-TIME AND PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT
•
TABLEAU 25. EMPLOI A PLEIN TEMPS ST A TEMPS P4RTIEL
BY PROVINCE AND SEX
39
SELON LA PROVINCE ET LE SUE
JULY -1378 - JUILLET
TOTAL
FULL-TIME
-
A PLEIN TEMPS
PART-TIME
I
8
-
TEMPS PART IEL
THOUSANDS - MILLIERS
C ANADA
BO T HSEXES-LBSOBOESEXES.......................................
MEN-HOMMES....................................................
WCMEN-FEMMES..................................................
12,644
6,622
.4,022
9,571
6.346
3,225
1,073
216
797
188
126
62
176
122
55
12
4
8
BOTHSEXESLEDDEUXSEXES.......................................
....53
MEN -HOMMES....................................................
....32
WCMEN-FEMMES........................................................ 21
48
31
17
4
300
197
104
32
10
22
245
163
82
23
6
16
2,494
1,665
829
216
59
157
TYXS-SI)FUXSEXS...................................... ......4,088
LIED-HCI4ES... ......................................................2,494
WOMEN-FEEMES....................................................... 1,594
3,636
2,376
1,260
451
118
333
0THSEXES-LETDEUXSEXES.............................................. 465
MEN-HCMMES...........................................................286
WOMEN - FEMMES.........................................................178
413
274
139
51
12
39
388
269
120
So
12
36
844
564
280
95
18
78
1,025
684
341
138
36
102
NEb,FOUNCLAMC - TERRE-NEUVE
80THSEXES-LESDEUXSEXES.......................................
MEN-HCMMES....................................................
WCMEN-FEEMES..................................................
...
...
....
PRINCEECWARD ISLAND -ILE-CU-PXINCE-€OCUXEC
5
NOVA SCCTIA - NOUVELLE-ECOSSE
BOTHSEXES- LEDCEUXSEXES.............................................332
MEN -HCMMES.......................................................... 206
WOMEN-FERMES........................................................126
NEW BRUNSWICK - NOLVEXU-PRJNSWTCK
8')TMSEXES - LESTESSSEXES............................................. 268
MEN-HC'4MES..........................................................170
WOMEN -FEMMES........................................................ 98
QUEBEC
BOTHSEXES-LEDUUXSEXES...................................... ......2,710
MEI-HCMIXS.........................................................1.724
W:MN-FN'MED........................................................ 986
7'4T4P I)
O
S ASKA SCHE WA N
BOTHSEXES-LESDEUXSEXES..............................................438
MEN-HCIIES........................................................... 280
WOMEN-FEM3ES ......................................................... 158
ALBERTA
BOTHSEXES -LEDOEJSSSXED..............................................939
MEN-HCMMES........................................................... 582
WOMEN -FElINES.........................................................357
bAITISM COLUMBIA - C 0 LCMP!E- 9 PITA9NICL
BOTHSEARS-LEDD'UXSEXTS............................................1,163
MEN -HCM4E5 ........................................................... 721
WOMEN-FEMMES......................................................... 443
NCTE: FULL-TIME EMFLO1MENT CONSISTS OF PERSONS WHO USUALLY WOBK 3C HOURS OR MORE PER WEEK, PLUS THOSE WHO USUALLY WOPK LESS THAN
33 HCIJPS NUT CCNSIOEE THEMSELVES TOBEEP'PLCYED FULL-TIME;PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT CONSISTS OF ALL OTHER PERSONS WHO USUALLY WORK
LESS TNAN_30 HOURS PENWEEK.
NOTA;L'EEPLOIA ALE IN lEMPS U r
T COMPOS DES PERSENNES 001 1EAVATLLENTHABITUELLEMENT 30 HEURES 00 PLUS PAR SAIIAHA, PLUS CWLLAS
QUITRAVAILLENT MOINS OF30 HEURES MAIS 00! SE C)NSI0REMT EMPLUYES 8 PLEI'A TEMPS;L'EMPLOITEISPARTIEL EST COMPOSIr 08
TOUTES LED AUTEES PERSCNIYES QUI TPBVAILLENT1-REITUELLEMENT MUINS DE30 IIEUPES PAE3I.LAN.
40
TABLE 26.FULL—TIME AND PART—TIME ERPLOYMENT BYINDUSTRY AND BY OCCUPATION, CANADA
TABLEAU 26.EMPLOT A PLEIN TEMPS El A TEMPS PARTIEL SELON L'ACTIVITE ECONOMIQUE El 5ELON LA PROFESSION, CAN
JULY - biB
-
JUILLET
FULL—TIME
PART—TIME
TOTAL
APIEtY TEMPS [ 4 TEMPS PANT (EL
THOUSANDS - MILLIEES
BY INDUSTRY - SELON LA BRANCHE O'ACTIVITE
..................................
10.644
91571
11073
AGRICULTUR................................................................
547
481
66
GOODS— PRODUCING INDUSTRIES (EXCLUDING AGRICULTUXE) - INDUSTRIES
OR BIENS IEXCLUANT L'AGRICULTURE) ......................................
3,095
3,000
95
ALL INDUSTRIES - TOUTES BRANCHES O'ACTIVITE
FORESTRY. FISHING AND TRAPPING - FDEETS, PCHE ET PIEGRAGE
131
(20
MINES, CUARRIES AND OIL WELLS - MINES, CARE lEERS ET PUITS DY PT5TLF
161
159
.............................
2,063
2,011
52
...........................................................
740
701
39
7,001
61090
912
MANUFACTURING - INDUSTRIES MANUFACTURIERES
CONSTRUCTION
SERVICE—PRODUCING INDUSTRIES - INDUSTRIES DR SERVICES
......................
TRANSPORTATION, CGFMUNICATION AND OTHER UTILITIES - TRANSPORTS.
COMMUNICATIONS El AUTRYS SERVICES PUBLICS ............................
914
872
42
.......................................................
1,809
1,406
313
FINANCE, INSURANCE 6ND REAL ESTATE - FINANCES, ASSURANCES El
AFFATPRS IMMOBILIERES ................................................
560
519
42
CCFMUNITY, BUSINESS AND PERSONAL SERVICE - SERVICES SDCIO—CUVUELS,
CCMMERCIAUX El PERSCNNELS ............................................
2,930
2,437
492
789
766
23
TRADE - COMMERCE
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION - ACHINISTRA'ION PUELIOUF
........................
BY OCCUPATION - SELCSI LA PRCFESSION
10,644
9,571
MANAGERIAL, PROFESSIONAL (1) - DIRECT ICY El PROF[SS 1045 LI AERUL ES IL)
2,294
2,124
171
CLERICAL - TRAVAIL ADMINISTPATIF
...........................................
1,813
5,572
241
SALES - CCMHERC ...........................................................
1,081
898
185
SERVICE - SERVICES
1,417
1,127
776
697
78
.........
1,625
1,590
35
...........................
761
742
18
................................................
453
435
18
424
386
38
ALL OCCUPATIONS - TOUTES PROFESSIONS
.........................................
.........................................................
PRIMARY CCCUPARIONS (2) - PROFESSIONS CU SECTEUR PRINAIRE (2)
..............
PROCESSING, ETC. (3) - TRAITEMENT DES MATIETES PEMIERES, E10• (3)
CONSTRUCTION TRADES - METIERS SE LA CCNSTFUCTIL,N
TRANSPORTATION - TRANSPORTS
MATERIALS HANOI INS AND OTHER CRAFTS - MANUTENI(QRES ST AUTRES METIEPS
.
29
NOTE: FULL—TIRE EMPLOYMENT CONSISTS OF PERSONS WHO USUALLY WCPN 30 HOURS OR MORE PEP WEEK, PLUS THOSE (4PK USUALLY WORK LESS THAN 30
HOURS PUT CCNSIEEP THEMSELVES TO RE EMPLOVEC FULL—TIME; PART—TIME EMPLOYMENT CONSISTS UF ALL OTHER PERSONS WHO USUALLY W014J(
LESS THAN_70 HOURS PER WEEK. ROTA; L'EHFLOI A PLEIN TEMPS RET COMPOSE DES PERSONNES QUI TRAVAILIENT HABITUELLEMENT 30 HEURES OU PLUS PAR SEMAINE, PLUS CALLIS wil
TRAVAILLENT HOINS OR 30 HEURES MAIl GUI SE CONSIDERENT EMPLOYEES 7 PLEIN TEMPS; I'EMPLOI A TEMPS PARTIEL PSI COMPOSc OR
TDUTES LRS AUTRES PERSCNNES 0UI TRAVAILLENT MABITUELLEMENT MOINS Dl 30 HEURES PAR SEMAINY.
(1) INCLUDES MANAGERIAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE, NATURAL SCIENCES, SOCIAL SCIENCES, RELIGION, TEACHING, MEDICINE AND HEALTH, ARTISTIC ANU
RECREATIONAL OCCUPATIONS.
-CCMPFFND DIREC1_ICN FT AOMEN1STRATICN, SCIRYCES NATURELLRS, SCIENCES SOCIALES, RELIGION, ENSEIGNEMENT, MEOECINE El SANTE, ARTS It
ACTIVITES PECREAIIVES.
(2) INCLUDES FARMERS AND FARM WORKERS, FISHERMEN, TRAPPERS AND HUNTERS, LOGGERS AND RELATED WORKERS, MINERS, QUARRYMER ANU RSLATEU
WORKERS.
CCNPREND IRS CULTIVATRURS El TPAVAILLEURS AGR1CCLES, LES PECHEUPS, PIEGEURS IT CHASSEUPS, LES BUCHERONS ET LRS TRAVAILLEJ65
ASSIM1LES, LES MINEURS, LEA CARRIERS El LES TEAVAILLEURS ASSIMILS.
(3) INCLUDES PROCESSING, MACHINING, AND PRODUCT FABRICATING, ASSEMBLiNG AND REPAIRING. COMPRFND TRAITEMENT DES MATIERES PREMIERES, USINAGE DES MATIRES PREMIRES El FABRICATION, MONTAGE ET REPAPATION OF PRODUITS
FIN IS
0
41
TABLE 21. REASON FOR PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT
IAELEAU 27. RAISON DONNE POUR LEMPLOIA TEMPS PARTIEL
JULY -1918 - Jul LLET
S
TOTAL
I
I
I
I
PERSONAL
OR FAMILY
RESPONSIBILITIES
OBLIGAT IONS
PERSONNELLES
OU FAMILIALES
TI
I
GOiNG TO
COULD ONLY FIND
ISCHOOLI
I
VA ALECOLE
I
I
THOUSANDS
BOTHSEXES - LES 0EUX SEXES .........
1,073
15-24YEARS-895................455
25-54YEARS - ANS ................485
55 YEARS 890 OVER - ANS ET PLUS
132
NA Pu TROUVER NEVOULAITPAS
QUE DU TRAVAIL
08 TRAVAIL
A TEMPS PARTIEL
A PLEIN TEMPS
AUTRES
R81504S
-
MILLIERS
22
17
5
...
320
235
72
13
515
164
263
88
67
16
31
20
...
17
...
81
224
14
331
153
30
40
19
8
124
104
16
101
62
9
30
34
8
13
13
17
105
34
65
21
11
.588
423
.62
133
9
8
MEN -HOMMES......................
15-24 YEARS - ANS...............
25 - 54YEARS- *95...............
55 YEARS AND OVER - 895 El PLUS
276
186
. .41
49
A
...
11
9
...
...
.. .
...
...
...
...
9
...
...
WOMEN - FEMMES ................... .
15-24 YEARS -*95...............
25-54YEARS- £95...............
55 YEARS AND OVER - iNS El PLUS
79 ?
269
444
84
144
21
112
10
11
7
4
...
196
131
56
9
413
101
254
58
33
9
18
7
MARRIEC-ARIEES...............
SINGLE- CELIBATAIRES...........
OTHER -AUTRES..................
.512
.231
. 54
130
...
8
...
AS
119
12
297
89
8
19
9
5
. .
...
6
...
...
NEWFOUNDLAND - TERRE-NEUVE
12
P.E.J. -
6
8
...
NOVA SCOTIA - NOUVELLE-ECOSSE
32
...
...
11
15
NEW BRUNSWICK - NOUVEAU-BRUNSWICK
23
...
..
9
10
216
.59
. 57
...
...
3o
...
84
35
48
81
15
66
12
6
6
23
44
14
6
QJEBEC
UTH SEXES - LBS DEUX SEXES
MEN-HONNES....................
WOMEN- FEMMES ................. .
.
OTHER
REASONS
150
24
114
12
MARRIED-AR1ES................
SINGLE-CELIBATAIRES ...........
OTHER -AUTRES..................
MARRIED -MARIES................
.76
SINGLE - CELIBATAIRES .......... .92
OTHER-*UTRE5 ..................
...8
010 NOT WANT
FULL-TIME WORK
PART-TIME WORK
15-24YEARS -ANS.................89
23-54 YEARS- ANS.............. .. 10 3
55 YEARS AND OVER - ANS ET PLUS
24
37
...
01
...
5
21
...
...
5
12
5
128
7
79
231
43
147
29
18
12
130
24
4
11
120
39
8
12
10
.. .
NTARIO
801K SEXES - LES ORUX SEXES
MEN-1-IOMMES....................
WOMEN-FENNES ..................
451
.118
333
52
...
'.9
15-24YEARS - ANS ...............
21-54 YEARS - ANS...............
55 YEARS AND OVER - #95 ElPLUS
202
193
56
15
9
33
4
4
...
MANITOBA ..........................
.51
8
...
13
26
SASKATCHEWAN......................
.50
11
...
11
23
5
ALBERTA ...........................
95
19
...
15
54
5
9
B.C.- C.-B.
BOTH SEXES - LES DEUX SEXES
138
MEN-HUMMES........................... 36
WOMEN -FEMM€S........................ 102
15-24YEARS - ANS.............. ....... SB
25-54 YEARS - iNS..................... 06
55 YEARS AND OVER - 193 UTPLUS
14
15
...
...
...
1'.
...
...
...
12
...
...
...
48
41
7
16
25
54
7
29
11
24
36
6
...
LU
16
MUTE: PERSONS WHO USUALLY WORK LESS THAN 30 HOURS PER WEEK. BUT CONSIDER THEMSELVES TO BE EMPLOYED FULL-TIME ARE NOT INCLULED IN
THIS TABLE. SUCH PERSONS ARE INCLUDED IN ESTIMATES OF FULL-TIME EMPLOYMENT.
NOTA:LES.PERSCJNNES GUI TRAVA1LLENTHABITUELLEMENT MCJINS 0830 HEURBS PAR SEMAINE, MAil GUI SE CONS1OERENI EMPLDY(ESA
PLE1N TEMPS
NESONT P45 INCLUSES DANS CE TABLEAU. CELLES-Ol SONT COMPRISES DANS LBS ESTIMATIONS 08 LEMPICI ). PLE IN TEMPS.
42
TABLE 28. EMPLOYED BY REASONS FOR TIME LOST IN REFERENCE WEEK, CANADA
TABLEAU 28 PERSONNES CUP(ES SELON LES RAISONS DONNEES POUR LBS HEURES
AU COURS DL LA SEMAINE DE RFERENCE, CANADA
PERDUES
JULY - 1978 - .IUILLBT
BOTH
SEXES
HEN
LBS DEUX
SEXES
I
HOMMES
WOME.
FEMM,
TI-JUSANDS -MILLIERS
TOTAL EMPLOYED
ENSEM8LE DE PERSONNES OCCUPEES
1O.E44
6,022
4,322
DIDNOT LOSETIME-AVANT PERDUE AUCLNEHEURE.............................................
8,253
5,183
3,010
LOSTSOMETIME-AVANTPERDUESXUELQUES HEliXES............................................
64 9
409
240
100
SHORT—TIME AND TURNOVER - TEMPSREDUITVTROULEMENT.....................................
64
(A)ONSHORT—TIME -TEMPSRDUIT......................................................
1AIi.c
..................
11
WEEP.
EN
CUNGEDIEMENT
UNE
PART
lB
DE
LA
OF
THE
OFF
PART
(8)LAiD
24
(CIFOUND OR LOST208 DURING THE BEER - DEBUT DLI FIN OELEMPLOIAU COURS LIE LA SEMAINE
59
40
6
13
41
25
5
11
OTHER REASONS-AUTRES RAISONS .......................................................... 549
(AlBADWEATHER -MAUVAISTEMPS ........................................................... 35
(B)ILLNESS-MALADIE .................................................................... 166
(CIINDUSTRIAL DISPUTE -CONFLITDOTRAVAIL............................................... 10
(DIVACATION - VACANCES .................................................................. 15 6
(ElMiSCELLANEOUS -DIVERS................................................................ 1 14
350
33
94
9
103
110
199
1,742
LOSTTHEENTIRE WEEK - ATANT PEYDUELASENAINEAU C3MPLET .................................
(A)BADWEATHER-MAUVAIS TEMPS........................................................
(8)ILLNESS-MALADIE ..................................................................... 1 18
LI
............................................... 37
(CIINDUSTRIALDISPUTE -CONFLITDTRAVAIL
..4 59
(DIVACATION - VACANCES ................................................................ .
. 64
(ElMISCELLANEOUS -01 BEES..............................................................
1.130
712
109
32
863
23
89
6
596
41
TOTAL ......................................................................................
72
53
65
EMPLOYED FULL—TI ME
PERSONNES OCCOPES TRAVAILLANT A PLEIN TEMPS
TOTAL...................................................................................... .
9571
6,346
DIDNOTLOSETIME-AVANT PERDUEAUCUNE (IEURE.............................................
7,394
4,942
LOS!SOMETIME -AVANTPERDUESGUELQUES HEURES............................................
3,
603
399
SHORT—TIME AND TURNOVER -TEMPSREDUITETROULENENT ........................................87
(A)ONSHORT—TIME -TEMPSR(DUII.......................................................... 54
IBILAID OFF PART OF THE WEEK - EN CONGEDIEMAP,T UNEPARTIE DELASEMAINE...................11
23
(C)FOIJNO OR LOST JOB DURING THE WEEK - IThBUT OU FIN OE LEMPLOI AU COURS OR LA SOMAINE
56
37
6
13
.1
OTHERREASONS - AUTRES RAISONS............................................................ 51 6
(A)BADWEATHER -MAUVAISTEMPS..........................................................
(RIILLNESS-MALADIE .................................................................... 158
(CIINDUSTRIALDI5PUTE -CONFLITDOTRAVAIL ............................................... 10
(DIVACATION-VACANCES ................................................................. 155
(E)MISCELLANEOUS -DIVERS............................................................... 15 9
344
... 32
93
9
103
106
172
1.574
LOSTTHEENTIRE WEEK - AVANT PERDUE LASENA1NE AUCOMPLET.................................
(A)BADWEATHER -MAUVAISTEMPS........................................................
(E)ILLNESS-MALADIE..................................................................... 1 60
(C)INDUSTRIAL DISPUTE-CONFLITAUTRAVAIL................................................ 36
1,328
(0)VACATION-VACANCES .................................................................
46
(E)MiSCELLANEOUS-DIVERS..............................................................
1,004
510
107
31
843
20
53
5
485
27
TOTAL.......................................................................................... 1,073
276
797
DID NOT LOSETIME - AYANT PERDUE AUCLINE HEURE ................................................. 859
240
618
LOST SOME TIME - AVANTPEROUES QUELGUES HEURES...............................................46
11
36
. 68
LOST THE ENTIRE WEEK - AYANTPERDUE LASEMAINEAU COMPLET................................ .....
26
143
li
4
10
65
52
52
EMPLOYED FRET—TIME
PERSONNES OCCUPEES TRAVAILLANT A TEMPS PART 111
NOTEFULL—TIME EMPLOYMENT CONSISTS OF PERSONS WHO USUALLY WORK 30 HOURS OR MORE PER WEEK. PLUS THOSE WHO USUALLY WORK LESS THAN 30
HOURS BUT CONSIOEE THEMSELVES TO BE EMPLOYED FULL—TIME; PART—TIME EMPLOYMENT CONSISTS OF ALL CIHER PERSONS WHO USUALLY WORK
LESS THAN_3D HOURS PER WEEK.
NURA; L'EMPLUI A PLEIN TEMPS EST COMPOSE DES PERSONNES QUI TRAVAILLAIMT HABITUELLEMENT 30 HEURES GUPLUSPAR S,MAINI, PLUS CELLpS
GUITRAVAILIFNTMOINS DE30 HEURES MAIS QU( SE CONSIDERENT EMPLOYES 1 PLEIN TEMPS;LEMPLOIA TEMPSPART IELESTCOMPOSE DE
1_. TLtS,1Jlt5S0N'.1.TEAAAIIEl,T•AUirJlLL',I'll.,,-30lE,YESPARSLMAIN[
0
43
TABLE 29. EMPLOYED PEBSCNS LOOKING FOR ANOTHER JOB, BY METICDS USED
4BLE4U 29. PERSCNNES OCCUPES CHERCHANI UN AUTRE EMPLO!,SELON LESMETHODESUTILISEES
JULY - 1978 - JUILLET
CONTACTED
EMPLOYERS
DIRECTLY
-
TOTALIII
-
USEO PUBLIC
EMPLOYMENT
AGENCYLOOKED ATADS
-
-
USED OTHER
METHODS
-
SE SONT
SE SONSONT CONSUITE
ADRESSEES -EDRESSEES ALES ANNONCES
DIRECTEMENT AUN BUREAU lIE
DES EMPLOYFURS PLACEMENT
PUB LI C
ONTUTIL 151
0AUTRES
METHODES
THOUSANDS -MILLIERS
ROTHSEXES -LETDEUXSEXES..............................
336
223
103
75
119
FMPIOYEC Full—TIME - PERSCNNFS OCCUPEES A ELFIN TEMPT ..
EMPIOYEO PART—TIME - PRPSCNNES CCCUPEES A TEMPS PART1EL
245
92
158
45
67
35
48
26
89
30
187
149
130
93
62
41
43
32
64
55
MEN-HEIBRES...........................................
15-24YEARS-ANT..................................
25VERRSANCOVER-ANSFTPLUS......................
195
.98
.96
128
68
59
64
36
28
39
18
13
35
36
WOMN-FEVIES........................................ .
15-24YEARS-ANS..................................
25YFARSRATOVER-ANSFTELUS......................
. 42
..89
..53
96
42
34
38
26
12
36
23
I'.
46
29
17
NEAFOUNLIANC -TERE—NEU4E .............................
...
6
5
...
...
........................................... ...
...
15-24YEARS-495..................................
25YEARSANCOVEN- ANSETPLUS......................
20
.
NOV4SCOTIA - NOUVELLE—ECOSSE...............................11
7
NE6BQURSWICI( - NOUVRAU—ERUNSWICR ............................8
6
QUEBEC
BOTHSEXES-IFSOEUXSEXES................................ 66
MEN-HOM495........................................ ......'.1
WOMEN-FERRET............................................26
52
33
20
20
13
8
...
15
7
8
15-24YEARS-8515.......................................40
25YEARS390 OVER- ANTEl'LUS........................... 27
31
22
12
8
5
10
...
S
SRXES-IFSflFUUSEXES.......................... .....I'.'.
-HOM4E5.............................................. 79
-FEMMES............................................ 65
88
45
43
44
28
16
40
19
21
56
36
2v
-24YEARS-ANS....................................... 75
YAFS491SVEE-DEFTFTPIlls........................... 69
49
39
2E
18
23
57
27
29
6
-
.
.
5
.
7
4
18
11
4
4
SASKATCI-TWAN ................................................13
8
4
4
5
AIPERTA..................................................... 34
22
7
7
17
B.C.RrTHSEXES-IFSFEUXSFXS................................33
REEF-IRES........................................ ......IV
WCMFN-FEMFES ............................................ 14
22
13
9
12
8
4
9
4
5
13
8
5
15-24YEARS-ANT....................................... 14
25YE8VSAND OVP- AlASFTPLU........................... 57
11
11
7
5
4
5
8
6
IllTHE SUM OF TI-F _4ETHOI5SSOES 401F.JALTIETOTALBECAUSE ANINDIVIDUAL MAY USE MCRE THAN ONE METHOD.
IASOIME085 METHODES I'ESTFATFORLEALl TOTAL PAECE QUUN 11101 VIDU FRIllUT!LISER PLUS OUNE METHOOF.
44
TABLE 30. MULTIPLE JOB HOLDERS
TABLEAU 30. PERSONNES AVANT PLUS C'UN EMPLOI
JULY - 1978 - JUILLET
A N- S L LIEU S
by 535 AND SEX SELCN LZGE IT 11 SEXE XE vAAITAL STATuS AND 55,X
SILOS L'TAT MATRIMONIAL ET LI 5651
BOTH SEXES - LES OEUX SEXES ........................261 BOTH SEXES - LES DEOX SEXES ........................261
15- 24 YEARS - ASS ..............................74 MARRIED - MARIES ...............................176
25 YEARS AND OVER - ASS El PLLS ................187 SINGLE AND OTHER - CELIBATAIRES El AUTPES ......65
MEN - HCMMES .....................................189
15-24 YEARS - ASS ..............................'.4
25 YEARS ANC OVER - ASS El PLES ................14!
lIEN - I4OMMES .....................................189
MARRIED - MARIES ...............................1.41
SINGLE AND OTHER - C.ELIBATAIRES El AUTRES ......43
WCWEN - PEMPES ...................................
18 - 24 YEARS - ASS ..............................II
25 YEARS AND OVIP - ASS IT P11.1 ................41
WOMEN - FEMMES ....................................72
MARRIED - MARIEES ..............................36
SINGLE AND OTHER - CLIPATAIRES fT AUTRES ......36
Y INCUSTRI OF MAIN JOB
SILOS LINDUSYPIE 01 LEMPLCI PPINCIPAL
ELI INDUSTRIES - TJTES BRANCHES CACTIVITE ........261
AGRICULTURE ......................................26
OTHER PRIHARY - AIJIRES INDUSTRIES PRIRAIRES ......7
MANUFACTURING - INDUSTRIES MXNUFACTURIFES .......41
CONSTRUCTION .....................................15
TRANSPORTATIJN , CORMUNICATION MAC OTHER UTILITIES
- TRANSPORTS, CCRMUNICATICNS FT AUTNES SEQVICES
PUBLICS ........................................24
TRADE - CCMMERCR .................................41
FINANCE. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE - FINANCES,
ASSURANCES El AFFAIRES IMMOBILIERES ............12
CCFMUNITN, BUSINESS 450 PERSONAL SERVICE SERVICES SOCIX—CUITURELS, COMMERCIAUX El
PERSCNSELS .....................................74
PUBLIC ACPINISTRATICS - RCMISISTRATICN PUBLIQUE .. 20
BY OCCUPATION AT MAIN JOB
SRLON LA PROFESSION LERPLOI PRINCIPAL
ALL OCCUPATIONS - TOUTES PROFESSIONS ...............261
MANAGERIAL, PROFESSIGNAL - DIRECTION,
PROFESSIONS LIEERALES ..........................55
CLERICAL - TRAVAIL ADMINISTRATIF .................33
SALES - COMMERCE .................................33
SERVIC! - SERVICES ...............................37
PRIMARY OCCUPATIONS - PROFESSIONS DU SECTEUP
PRIMAIRE .....................................31
PROCESSING - TRAITEMRST DES MATI rRES PRE.IERES 31
CONSTRUCTION .....................................17
TRANSPORTATION - TRANSPOPIS ......................14
MATERIALS HANDLING AND OTHER CRAFTS
MANUTENT ION IT AUTRES MIllERS ..................S
BY PROVISC
SELON LA PROVINCE
Y TOTAL USUAL HOURS WCRKED
SELON LI TOtAL O'HEURES TRAVAILLES RAEITUELLEME14T
TOTAL ..............................................261
01 - 19 HOURS - 4EURES .............................
20-29 HOURS - HEURES .............................13
30-39 HOURS - I'EURES .............................21
40-49 HOURS - NEURES .............................60
50 HOURS OR MORE - IXEIJPES QU PLUS ................15R
CANADA .............................................261
NEWFOUNDLAND - TERPE—NEWVE
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND - tLE_DU.PRINCE_D0UAP0 ........
NOVA SCOTIA - IEOUVEILE—ECOSSE ....................
NEW BRUNIW ICE - NOUVEAU—BRUNSWICE ..................
QUEBEC...........................................
ONTARIO .......................................... 11
MANITOBA .........................................
SASKATCHEWAN .......................................
ALBERTA ..........................................
BRITISH COLUMBIA - COLOMBIE—BPITANNIUUE ...........
.
[i
45
TABLE 31. UNEMPLOYMENT BY PROVINCE, AGE AND SEX
rA1L1A, 3:. LM,A5 SELON LA PROVINCE, L6GE El LE SEXE
JULY - 1978 - .JUILLET
rI- I,
NFLLJ.f P.E.L. N.S. j N.E.
-
CANADA
•J_
QUE.l
ONT.
111'
B.C.
MAN. ] SAlK.] ALIA.:_e.
T._M.U_P._E.J..N._E.IN._8.
THOUSAFS - MILLIERS
BOTH SEXES - LBS DEUX SEXES
TOTAL ..............................927 C 34 E4 E39 036 E303 03160
32619E46E960
15-24 YEARS - ANS ..................486 C 19 B ... F22 B20 E157 0163 0
25 YEARS AND OVER - ANS ET PLUS.. 441 C16 E ... FlEE17 B14601530
17 E11 128 E48 E
14EEF19P48E
E100
E63
E1046
E49 1
J... J
LOPiF18F30E
7 F4 P10 P18 B
SOP6F14F34E
4 F... F5 014 F
...J...J...J...J
25-54 YEARS - ANS .................3840 14 E ... P 16 E15 E12601330
55 YEARS AND OVER - ANS El PLUS .. 56 6... 0 ... H... C,... C.20 F21 F
13 B7 F17 P42 E
O.. C.,.. C.60
45 YEAR5 AND OVER - ANS El PLUS .. 13704 F ... F4 FSF48 E491
OF...F5015F
15-19 YEARS - ANS .................282 0 10 F ...
...
20-24 YEARS - ANS .................2040 9 F
25-44 YEARS - ANS .................3030 121 ...
4
P
...
45-94 YEARS - ANS ..................135 0 65 YEARS AND OVER - ANS El PLUS ... H... .1 ...
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
YEARS
YEARS
YEARS
YEARS
-
G 12 F10 E84
F1019173
F 13 E12697
F 4 F5 F47
J ... .1... .1...
ANS .................1950 9 F ... F9
ASS.................108 0 ... F... 04
APIS .................81 1. . - F... U. ..
ANS .................54 E ... U ... H...
EREolE656
F... F36 639 6
F... F28 F28 E
C.... 019 F20 F
8 F4 F10 F20 F
...G...G40SOF
O... C.... H 9 F
&... 0... C.60
MEN - HOMMES
497 C
221
... F25 6
20 E
171 0
1580
171
9 F
24 R
50
15 - 24 YEARS - APIS ................
25 YEARS AND OVER - APIS El PLUS
275 0
221 0
11E
10 P
... P14 6
... F106
11 E
10E
91 E
80 E
91 B
67 B
10 F
6 F
5 F
4 F
14 F
9 F
26E
24 E
15 - 19 YEARS - ASS
20-24 YEARS - APIS
25-44 YEARS - APIS
45-64 YEARS - APIS
65 YEARS AND OVER
................
................
................
................
- ASS El PLUS
556 0
1200
1430
766
...I1
6 F
oF
BE
...F
...J
... H7 F
iF
...&
BF
...G
...F
...G
...J
...J
6 F
SF
6P
...F
...J
49 E
428
521
27E
....i
53 E
386
406
26F
....J
6 F
40
4F
...G
....J
...C.
...C.
...G
...C.
...J
9 F
SF
70
...o
....J
LbF
lOP
15F
8F
....I
5-54 YEARS - APIS ................
:5 YEARS AND OVAR - APIS El PLUS
183 0
38E
9 F
...G
... F9 6
...S
...J
8 6
...G
66 B
14P
52 6
14P
5 P
...H
...0
8 F
...P$
...t1
21F
...G
sS YEARS AND OVER - ANS El PLUS
ThE
...F
...G
...F
...F
286
2
27F
...G
...O
...G
VP
.5-34
'5-44
,5-54
5 - 64
94R
491
401
36E
OF
...G
...O
...C.
...G
...H
...H
...J
5F
...G
...G
3 E
20F
14F
ElF
27F
13F
ElF
14F
...F
...&
...G
...(..
...H
...H
50
...G
...H
...H
5F
...F
...G
...C.
...H
...FI
...H
LOP
60
50
...G
TOTAL
.
YEARS
YEARS
YEARS
YEARS
-
APIS
APIS
APIS
APIS
................
................
................
................
WOMEN - PEMMES
4300
13 F
... P15 E
16 E
132 D
1580
151
10E
23 F
46 E
15-24 YEARS - ASS ................
25 YEARS AND OVER - ANS El PLUS
211D
219 0
7 F
5 F
... F7 F
... F7E
9 E
7E
66 E
66 6
72 6
87 E
7 F
8F
6 F
4 P
13 F
9 0
2 B
24 F
15-19 YEARS - APIS
20-24 YEARS - APIS
25-44 YEARS - APIS
45-64 YEARS - APIS
65 YEARS AND OVER
................
................
................
................
- ASS RT PLUS
127 1
84E
160 0
596
...J
4C.
...O
4 F
...H
...J
... H5 F
...F
...G
... 05 P
...G
...G
...J
...J
4 F
SF
5 F
...C.
...J
35 F
316
45 E
20F
...J
47 E
25F
64 E
22F
...J
4 5
...0
6 F
...0
...J
4 &
...(.
...O
...J
9 0
50
7 0
...H
...J
14 F
BE
113F
6F
...J
25- 54 YEARS - APIS ................
55 YEARS AND OVER - APIS El PLUS
2011)
19F
5F
...J
... 07 F
...J
....J
7 F
...P1
60 6
OH
80 E
60
7 F
...J
...H
9 0
...J
22 F
...H
591
...H
...G
...G
21F
22F
...,
...L.
...H
6P
5C.
iC,U
8F
...G
...H
TOTAL
45 YEARS AND OVER - APIS ET PLUS
25- 34
35-44
45-54
55-64
YEARS
YEARS
YEARS
YEARS
-
APIS ................
APIS ................
APIS ................
APIS
1016
591
41€
IAF
...G
...A
... C,4F
...h
...H
...&
...H
...J
...H
...J
...G
...J
4 F
...F
...C.
...H
29 E
lOP
14F
OH
38 1
26F
16F
60
...&
4 F
5 0
...0
...H
...H
...M
...Fl
...H
...J
...i1
....J
...J
TABLE 32. UNEMPLOYMENT RATE BY PROVINCE, AGE AND SEX
TABLEAU 32.
IAUX DE CI'48MAGE SELON LA PROVINCE, LGE ET LI SEXE
JULY- 1978 - JUILLET
[
E. ONT. [
CANAOJ .?._;._E.IN.E.j.. N._B{ MAN.:.....i.. SASK. ]
ALTA
I.L.
-
PER CENT - POURCENIAGE
BOTH SEXES - LES OEUX SEXES
TOTAL ................................8.0 15.47.710.612.010.17.26.44.24.77.6
15-24 YEARS - ASS ..................14.0 22.5...17.119.317.212.?11.57.59.213.5
25 YEARS AND OVER - ASS XE PLUS ... 5.411.2...7.18.37.04.94.22.62.75.4
15-19 YEARS - ANS ..................17.726.5...22.223.821.616.614.99.512.217.9
20-24 YEARS - ASS ..................10.819.3...14.116.013.99.38.55.86.39.5
25-44 YEARS - ANS ..................6.0 12.6...8.59.07.25.44.93.53.25.9
45-64 TEARS - AIlS ..................4.78.3...5.07.46.74.33.3...2.04.5
65 YEARS AND OVER - INS IT PLUS ... ... ... ...
25-54 YEARS - ANS ....................5.6 11.7...7.88.67.05.14.52.92.95.5
55 YEARS AND OVER - INS ET PLUS ...4.4... . . - ... ... 6.64.2... ... ... 4.4
45 YEARS AND OVER - ASS El PLUS ... 4.58.1...4.77.06.54.13.1...1.94.4
25-34
35- 44
45-54
55- 84
YEARS - INS ...................6.5 14.8...9.110.37.65.88.23.93.96.1
YEARS - ASS ....................5.2......7.5...6.64.9......2.15.6
YEARS - INS ....................4.6 ............6.44.0.........4.4
YEARS - ANS ...................4.9 ...........7.24.7.........4.7
MEN - HCJMMES
TOTAL .................................7.0 14.6...10.710.79.05.95.53.13.96.5
15-24 YEARS - ASS ..................14.2 23.1...20.618.617.813.012.35.68.413.3
25 YEARS AND OVER - INS IT PLUS ... 4.310.4...6.47.75.83.42.9.2.v7.14.2
15-19 YEARS - ASS ..................17.6 26.0...23.525.122.416.216.1...11.217.2
20-24 YEARS - INS ..................11.3 20.9...18.414.014.310.29.0...5.89.9
25-44 YEARS - ANS ...................4.5 11.7...1.67.56.03.4.1..2.54.4
5.53.6... ... 4.0
45-64 YEARS - ANS ..................4.0... ...
...
...
...
... . ..
65 YEARS AND OVER - ASS IT PLUS ... ... ...
25-54 YEARS - INS ...................4.i 11.2...7.17.,5.63.23U...2.2
55 YEARS AND OVER - INS IT PLUS ...4.3... ... ... ... 6.54.3... ...
45 YEARS AND OVER - AIlS ET PLUS .. . 3.9...
...
...
...
5.43.5...
...
25 -34 YEARS - INS ..................5.1 14.4...7.58.76.33.9......3.1
35-44 YEARS - INS ..................3.8 ............5.62.6...
45 - 54 YEARS - INS ..................3.5 ............4.62.9.........
55-64 YEARS - ANS ...................8
4 ...
...
...
...
7.04.9.... ..
WOMEN - FEMMES
TOTAL ...............................9.7 16.9...10.414.111.69.07.76.16.09.4
15-24 YEARS - ASS .................... 3.7
7.5
5 YEARS AND OVER - INSETPLUS...
21.6
13.0
...
...
13.8
8.3
20.2
10.3
16.4
9.2
12.3
7.4
10.4
6.3
11.3
3.8
10.1
3.8
13.6
7.4
17.9
15-19 YEARS - ASS ..................
i.G-24 YEARS - INS ..................
10.1
25-44 YEARS - INS ...................8.5
45-64 YEARS - INS ..................
6.0
...
65 YEARS AND OVER - ASS IT PLUS
27.
20.5
13.4
9.4
9.4
17.0
8.1
8.8
5.5
13.2
J3.7
...
...
7.8
...
13.4
7.0
4.3
...
...
...
18.8
9.0
8.4
5.4
25 - 5 4 YEARS - ASS
S5 YEARS AND OVER
-
45 YEARS INC OVER
-
25- 34
35-44
45-54
55 -64
YEARS
YEARS
YEARS
YEARS
...................8.0
ASS ET PLUS ..
4.7
ASS ET PLUS...
5.8
...
20.7
...
...
...
4 .4
...
10.0
22.2
Lo.7
11.8
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
13.4
...
9.2
11. E
...
6.8
...
7.5
...
8.0
3.9
4.1
...
9.5
7.0
4.2
...
...
...
...
...
9.0
5.2
...
...
...
5.4
10.0
1.4
10.2
7.9
8.6
8.7
6.1
4.4
9.8
-
INS ..................
...
...
.3
13.4
-
ASS
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
..
...
...
...
-
9.0
..................7.1
INS ................. ..5
6
INS ..................
5.1
...
5.5
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
..
8.4
8.5
TABLE33.UNEMpLOYMENT BY IN(I.STPY, CLASS CF WORKER AND SEX,
AND BY OCCUPATION, CLASS OF hOKER AND SX, CANADA 47
TABLXAJ33.CFMAC.ESELON LABEANCHYO'ACTIVITE. LESTATUT PROFESSIDEANEL 11 LB SEXE,IT SELON
LA PRTFESSICN, LB SIATUT PROFESSIONNEL IT LB SEXE, CANADA
•
JULY-. INN -JUILLET
Pilo WCKERS
ALLCLASSESOP WORKEP.S
I
TEAVAILLEUNSMUNRVS
ENSEMBLE DES TRAVA1LLEUS
BOTH SEXESMENWOMENBOTH SEXESMEN dONUT
LBS DEUX SEXES [HOMMES
FEMMES] LES DEUX SEXESjHOMMXSjEMMES
THOUSANDS - NILLIERS
ALLINDUSTRIES -TOUTES 6RATCH5 DACIIVITE ........................
. 27
497
433
771
427
344
G000S—PBCOUCINGINOUSTIES - INOUST9IESDLVIENS..................
307
217
90
300
211
92
AGRICULTURE......................................................
..20
XI
9
15
10
2X
25
4
27
23
OTHERPRIMARY INDUSTRIES - AUTRES BRANCHESL'UCTJ))IMlLE
.
4
FONESTRY -FlEETS ..............................................
. 12
11
...
L
FISHINGANDTRAPING -PECHEITP1EGEAOE.......................
... .
. ..
...
...
MINES,CUARRIES ETC OILWELLS- MINES,CSPEIEMESSTPLJITS3D
PETROLE........................................................
.. 14
Xl
...
I,
11
MANUFACTURING - INDUSTRIESMANUFACTURIERES .......................
.169
101
69
169
99
CONSTRUCTION .....................................................
. 89
82
8
86
78
A
SERVICE—PR0000ING INDUSTRIES - INDLiSIPIAS OR SERVICES .............
620
280
340
471
216
255
TEAN5PORIATICN, COT'MLINICAIICN ANDOTHER UTILITIES- TRANSPOETS,
CCMMUNTCATICNITAUTEDSSERVICES PUBLICS.......................
. 48
37
11
47
38
11
IRABSPORT*TICN 850 CCNM4JNICATION - TBANSFOFTS ET
COMMUNICATION ..............................................
. 45
34
11
44
33
11
,,
LTLLITIES-ENEEGIE
RLCTR1CPOWER,161ANCATER
ELECTRIQUE, 0.41ETEEL).....................................
...
...
..
TRADE-CCMMERCE .................................................
142
72
72
iDE
67
68
FINANCE, INSURANCEAND REALESTATE- FINENCES, ASSURANCES UT
AFFAIRESIMMCeILIRES..........................................
22
7
15
22
7
15
MUNITY,BUSINESS AND PEPSNAL SEEN ICE - SERVICES
:CTO—CuLTURELS,CCMMEECIEUX ET PEESCNNELS.....................
241
at
159
221
7W
143
LICADMINISTRATION - AOI4IMISTRATION PUBLIQUF ..................
45
21
18
45
27
18
N/A
N/A
344
.
LASSIFIEO (1)-NON.............................
CLASSEESIi)
. 22
55
67
N/A
cCUPATICNS -TOUTES PRDFESSICNS...................................921
..
69
497
430
771
427
25
LB
8
24
16
8
NATURALSCIENCES -SCIENCES NATURELLES ............................... 16
SI
4
18
11
4
SOCIALSCIENCES -SCIENCESSJCIELES................................... A
...
S
A
...
5
MANAGERIAL, AOMINISTVATIVE-DIEECTION51AILIINISTPATICT
RELIGTCB.............................................................. ..
...
•.
TEACHING -ENSEIGNEMENT.............................................. 24
7
17
23
7
16
MEDICINE AND FEALTH - MECEC ITSITSANTE..............................19
17
...
17
IV
...
EQ
6
4
9
5
CLERICAL -T9VAILACMINISTRATIF ..................................... 145
34
111
145
33
111
SALES - CCMMERCE .....................................................68
32
36
63
28
35
SERVICE -SERVICES ................................................... 154
61
94
137
59
78
AGRICULTURE .......................................................... 24
16
8
22
15
7
FISHING,HUNTING,TRAPPING - PEC9E, CIIASSE,PIEGEAGE................. ...
...
...
FORESTRY AND LOGGING - EXPLOITATION FQEST1ERE .......................12
11
...
12
11
MINING AND QUARRYING - MINESIT CARRIEEES ............................ 6
6
...
6
6
PROCESSING - TRAITEMENT DES MATIERES PREMIERES....................... 38
22
16
38
22
MACHINING - USINAGE DES MATIERES PREMIERES ........................... 22
21
...
22
21
PRODUCTFA8RICTING,ASSEMBLING AND REPAIRING - FABRICATION,
MONTAGE IT REPARATION DI PRCO(JITS FINIS ............................ 75
47
28
74
47
CONSTRUCTION TRADES - METIERS DE LA CCNSTRUCTION ..................... 87
85
...
84
82
TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT OPERATION - TRANSPORTS ........................... 34
32
...
34
31
"ATERIALS HANCLING - HANUTENTION ..................................... 29
23
6
29
23
6
FR CRAFTS AND EQUIPMENT CFEPAT ITO -CONCUITE OX MACHINES ED
'APPAE FILl DIVERS ............................................. ..... K'
...
...
K'
;CLASSIFIED 11.1-NON CLASSEES Ill..................................122
55
67
N/A
N/A
N/A
ARTISTICAND RECREATIONAL - SETS ETACTIVITES RECTEATI VII
COMPRISES UNEMPTOYEO PERSONS WHO HAVE NEVER WORKED BEFORE, ANO THOSE PERSONS WHO LAST WORKED MORE THAN 5 YEARS AGO.
IOMPREND LES CHI4EURS GUI Fe'CNTJAMAIS TEAVAILLEET CEUXDONTLI DERNIER EMPLOI REMONTE ) dM0 ANS El PLUS.
16
48TABLE 34. UNEMPLOYMENT RATES BY INDUSTRY, CLASS OP WORKER AND SEX, AND BY OCCUPATICN, CLASS OF WORKER AND SEX, CANADA
TABLEAU 34. TAUX DE CHMAGE SELCA LA BRANCHE D'ACTIVITE, LB STATUT PROFESSEONNEL El LB SEXE,
IA PROFESSION, LE STAIIJT PROFESSIONARL ET LE SEXE, CANADA
El SELON
S
JULY - 1978 - JUILLET
ALL CLASSES OF WORKERS PAID WORKERS
ENSEMBLE DES TRAVAILLEURS TRAVAILLEURS RF9U
BOTH SEXESMENWOMENBOTH SEXES BEN
LES DEUX SEXES] HUMMES] FEHMES LES DEUX SEXESIHUMMES
PER CENT - PCURCENTAGE
ALL INDUSTRIES - TOIJTES BRANCHES D'ACTIVITE
.......................
000DS-PECOUCINT INOLS1RIES - INDUSTRIES 0€ BEENS
AGRICULTURE
.................
.....................................................
OTHER PRIMARY iNDUSTRIES - AJTRES BRANCHES CU SECTEUR PMIMAIRE
FORESTRY - FOP ETS
.............................................
FISHING AND TRA°PLNG - PECHE El PIEGEAGE
7.86.910.98.57.912.4
1•9
3.52.66.09.77.3
8.99.415.19.38.7iS ..
11.010.3...
11.413.8
......................
MINES, CUARRIES ABC OIL WELLS - MINES, CARRIERES El FOIlS 3€
PE'TROLE .......................................................
7.8
7.2
...
7.8
7.3
......................
7.6
6.1
11.7
7.6
6.1
11.11
....................................................
10.8
10.6
12.9
12.1
12.0
14.2
MANUFACTURING - INDUSTRIES HANUFACTUR!RES
CONSTRUCTION
8.07.09.77.56.88.5
SERVICE-PRODUCING INCUSTE lED - !NDLSTRIES DY SERVICES
............
8.1
7.0
9.4
6.8
6.0
7.8
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATICN AND OTHER UTILITIES - TEANSPORTS,
COMMUNICATION El AUTRES SEMVICES PUBLICS ......................
S.0
4.8
5.8
5.2
5.0
5.5
TRANSPOBTATICA AND CCWMUEIICATION - TRANSPORTS El
COMMUNICATION .............................................
5.4
5.1
6.3
5.6
5.4
c.4
ELECTRIC POWER, GAS ANC MATER UTILITIES - E4EROIE
(LECTRIQUE, GAL AT €83 ....................................
TRADE - CCMMERCE
7.3
6.3
8.7
7.8
6.6
9.4
FINANCE, INSURANCE ND REAL ESTATE - FINANCES, XSSUANCES El
AFFAIRES IMMCAILI€RES
3.7
3.0
4.2
3.8
3.1
s.,
COMMUNITY, BUSINESS AND PERSONAL SERVICE - SERVICES
SOCIO-CUITURELS, COMMERCIXUX El PERSENNELS ....................
7.6
6.5
8.3
7.8
7.0
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION - ADMINISTRATION PUBLIO ...................
5.4
6.2
5.4
5.2
................................................
ALL CCCUPATICNS - TOUTES PROFESSICNS
8.0
7.0
9.7
7.5
6.8
........
3.1
2.1
4.4
3.1
2.7
..........................
4.2
3.4
9.2
4.2
3.5
9.5
.............................
4.7
...
3.5
4.9
...
5.3
8.)
..............................
MANAGERIAL, ADRINISTRATIVE - DIRECTION El ADMINISTRATION
NATURAL Sd RACES - SCIENCES NATUMELLES
SOCIAL SCIENCES- SCIENCES SOCIALES
RELIGION
5.0
........................................................
TEACHING - ENSEIGNEMENT
6.0
3.8
7.9
8.1
3.8
4.0
...
4.6
4.3
...
.......
6.2
6.6
5.7
7.1
7.3
................................
7.4
7.3
7.5
7.5
7.2
7.6
................................................
5.9
4.5
8.3
6.5
4.7
9.3
9.8
8.4
11.1
10.1
8.7
11.4
3.9
3.4
5.2
9.1
7.8
14.0
..................
13.6
13.5
...
14.3
14.2
.......................
8.8
8.8
...
5.0
9.0
..................
8.2
6.0
16.6
8.4
6.1
......................
7.5
7.7
...
7.6
8.0
.........................................
MEDICINE AND HEALTH - MEDECINE El SANTE
.........................
ARTISTIC AND RECREATIONAL - ARTS ET ACTIVITES RECREATIVES
CLERICAL - TRAVAIL ADMINISTRAIIF
SALES - COMMERCE
SERVICE - SERVICES
..............................................
AGRICULTURE
FISHING, HUNTING, TRAPPING - FCHE, CHASSE, PIEGEAGE
FORESTRY ANC LCGGING - EXPLOITATION FRESTIERE
MINING AND QUARRYING - MiNES El CARRIERES
PROCESSING - TRAITEMENT DES MATIERES PREMIERES
MACHINING - USINAGE DES FATIERES PREMIERES
............
PRODUCT FABRICATING, ASSEMBLING AND REPAIRING - FABRICATION,
MONTAGE El R(PARATION DR PECDUIIS FINIS .......................
7.4
6.0
12.1
7.7
6.3
................
10.3
10.2
...
11.3
11.3
......................
7.1
6.8
...
7.6
7.3
................................
9.5
9.1
11.4
9.6
9.2
CONSTRUCTION TRADES - METIERS DR LA CONSTRUCTION
TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT OPERATION - TRANSPORTS
MATERIALSMANGLING - MANUTENT ION
OTHER CRAFTS AND EQUIPMENT OPERATING - CONOLITE DE MACHINES RI
D'APPAEElIS DIVERS .............................................
3.7...
...
1S.
12.3
11.8
3.8
0
49
•35. DURATION OF UNEMPLOYMENT
0€3LEAU 35. OUREE DU CHSMAGE
JULY - 1918 - JUILLET
1
TOTAL
f
4 WEEKS
- 1314 WEEKS
49 FEAGE
08 LESS I WEEKSAND OVEP IOTHERISI DURA TI 05(2)
4 SEMAINES DES A 13 14 SEMAINESI AUTRE CIIOU '12
CU MOINSJ SEMAINES El PLUS 40YE NSF C 2)
THOUSANDS - MELLIERS
BO THSEXES-IRSDEUXSEXES.....................................
15 - 24 YEARS - 15424 ASS.....................................
NEVER WCRKEC - NONT J48A15 TEAVAILLE .......................
OTHER-AUTRES..............................................
25 - 44YEARS - 25 A 44 485.....................................
45 YEARS AND OVER - 45 ASSFT PLUS............................
927
486
103
383
303
137
321
198
56
142
89
34
253
142
31
111
80
32
320
128
14
11.5
123
68
...
12.2
8.9
13.1
17.5
20.8
MARRIED-ARIE5..............................................
SINGLE - CELIBATAIRES .........................................
OTHER-AUTRES................................................
408
465
54
115
189
16
133
14
106
171
126
23
15
17
...
16.9
L3.2
19.8
MEN-HIMMES....................................................
15- 24 YEARS - 15. 24 ANS.....................................
25-4 4 YEARS - 25 4 44 ASS.....................................
45 YEAR5 450 OVER - 45 ASSRI PLUS............................
497
215
143
78
164
108
33
15
138
80
40
19
179
78
60
40
15
9
5
...
16.2'
12.1
1.8.7
22.5
MARRIED-MAIES ..............................................
SINGLE - cELIeATAIRE5 .........................................
OTHER-AUTRES................................................
1*8
290
20
47
111
6
52
82
4
81
#8
to
...
6
9
18.0
14.2
23.4
WOMEN-FEMMES..................................................
15-24 YEARS - 15 8 24 ASS.....................................
25-44 YEARS - 25 A 44 ASS.....................................
45 YEARS AND OVER - 65 ASSET PLUS............................
430
211
160
59
156
90
51
16
115
61
40
13
141
50
63
28
18
9
6
...
14.3
11.4
16.4
18.5
MAERIED - RAR lEES.............................................
SINGLE - CELIBATAIRES
CTHER-AUTMES................................................
222
115
33
68
78
10
54
51
10
9C
38
13
10
7
...
16.0
11.4
17.5
NEWFOUNDLAND - TERRE-NEUVE ....................................
34
.1
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND - ILE-CU-PRIP.CE-E000VRO ..................
4
...
.
33
18
...
15
11
8
14
...
18.0
..
...
...
15.2
NOVA SCOTIA - NOUVELIE-ECOSSE .................................
39
13
9
15
...
57.0
SW BRUNSWICK - NOUFEAU-ARiJBSWICK .............................
36
12
10
13
...
16.5
.SEC
TE SEXES - IRS OEUX SEXES .................................
- HCMMES ...............................................
CMEN - FERMES .............................................
303
171
132
83
45
38
91
53
38
119
ID
49
9
...
6
18.7
17.4
15.1
.5-24 YEARS - ASS ..........................................
5 - 44 YEARS - ASS ..........................................
45 YEARS AND OVER - ASS FT PLUS ............................
157
97
48
51
23
9
51
27
14
50
44
25
4
4
...
13.5
19.2
20.6
MAPRIEC - MAR IES ...........................................
OTHER - AUTRES .............................................
133
170
25
59
39
53
65
55
5
4
18.6
15.2
QNTAR 10
BOTH SEXES - 1E5 DEUX SEXES .................................
MEN - I4CMMES ...............................................
WOMEN - FEMMES .............................................
316
158
158
114
53
62
85
45
40
105
54
51
12
6
6
15.1
15.9
14.3
15-24 YEARS - ASS ..........................................
25 - 44 YEARS - ASS ..........................................
45 YEARS AND OVER - ASS ST PLUS ............................
163
104
49
66
34
14
47
28
10
41
39
24
8
...
...
11.9
16.8
21.9
MARRIED - MARIES ...........................................
Oil- ER - AUTRES .............................................
139
177
46
68
34
51
54
51
4
R
16.5
14.0
MANITCEA ......................................................
32
13
7
10
...
14.1
SASKATCHE WAN ..................................................
19
9
5
4
...
11.4
ALBERTA .......................................................
46
25
11
8
...
8.5
BRITISH COLUMBIA - COLGMBIE-ERITANNIQUE
BO TH SEXES - LES DEUX SEXES .................................
MEN - HOMMES ...............................................
WOMEN - FEMMES .............................................
96
50
46
38
21
11
25
13
13
30
15
15
...
...
...
12.8
13.0
12.6
15 - 24 SEXES - ASS ..........................................
25-44 YEARS - ASS ..........................................
45 YEARS ANC OVER - ANS El PLUS ............................
48
34
15
22
11
4
14
9
...
ID
12
7
...
MARRIED - MARIES ...........................................
OT HER - AUTRES .............................................
44
14
24
12
14
17
13
Ill
(2)
52
9.8
...
...
18.2
14.7
...
...
14.6
11.3
ICLUOES PERSONS WITH A JOB TO START WITHIN FOUR WEEKS OF THE REFERENCE WEEK WHO HAD RIOT ACTIVELY LOOKED FOR WORK IN THE PAST
FOUR WEEKS, BUT WHO WERE AVAILABLE FOR WORK IN THE REFERENCE WEEK.
INçLUT LES PERSCNNES AVANT UN EMPLOI OU ELLES DJVAIENT COMMENCER TRAVAELLER DANS QATRE SEMAINES OU MOINS DR LA SEMAENE DE
EFfEENCE, GUI N'AVAIENT PASACTIVEMENT CHERCHE DE TRAVAIL AU COURS DES QUATRE DERNIERES SEMAINES, MAIS OUI E'IAIENT PR!TES
A TRAVAILLER PENDANT LA SEMAINE CE REFERENCE.
PERSONS TN THE CTHFP" CATEGORY ARE _EXCLUOEO IN CALCULATING THE AVERAGE DURATION.PEE S255E S L2TPA I SOS (ASS LX CATE:.rpi F "ATEC SONT FUCLUTS PloP. L 6 (AICUL SF LA TURFS MiS NO -
LOS
TAbLE 36. UNEMPLOYED BY LOOKING/SOT
50
TABLEAU
LOOKING FOR WORK
36, CHOMEURS A LA RECHERCHE DEMPLOI OU NON
JULY -1978 - .JUIL.LRT
010 NOT LOOK FOR W3E
LOOKED ROY WORKIE)
N'ONT PAS CHERCHE DETB;
CNT CHERCHE DU TRAVAIL(l)
I
UNEMPLOYED
TOTAL
TOTAL
1-4
WEEKSj
-
SEMAINES
CHCMEURS
I
I
J
-1.3
.EEKS
SEMAINES
ON
14 wEEKS
AND OVER LAYOFF(2)
SEMAIMES
El PLUS
RISES A
P110(2)
FUTURE
STARTS(3)
EPIPLOIS
FUTURS(3)
TOTAL
35
20
15
84
32
53
51
14
38
33
18
15
14
22
46
29
6
34
12
6
15
17
16
II
9
42
18
2'.
27
9
18
15
9
B
8
10
21
IV
15
4
6
9
...
...
16
10
6
42
14
29
25
5
20
18
9
8
6
10
29
11
19
...
10
7
...
...
842
455
388
258
173
85
228
131
91
31012
1246
1856
MARRIED - 8_ON IFS ................ 408
465
SINGLE - CEL(BATA!RES
CTI-ER-AIJ'RES .................... 54
359
436
47
79
166
12
93
124
12
1661
1224
22 ...
MRS -HCMMES ..................... 491
15-24 YEARS -ASS............... 275
25 AND EVER - RI PLUS
221
455
258
197
132
93
39
125
75
50
1717
754
96...
MARRIED -MONIES .................186
SINGLE - C(LIBATAIRRS
290
OTHER -AUIRES ................... 20
165
272
18
31
96
5
45
77
...
774
65...
9. ..
WOMEN- REMMES................... 430
15-24 YEARS -ASS............... 211
25 ANC CERN- ET PLUS
219
388
197
191
126
83
46
103
58
47
1385
49...
49. ..
MARRIED -AR IEEE ............... 222
SINGLE - CELIRATAIRES
175
OTEEP- AUTRES ................... 33
194
164
30
48
70
B
48
46
9
89...
37...
13...
NEWFOUNDLAND -T_ERRE-NEUVE
34
0.0.1.- 1._-P.-F ................... 4
N .S.-S.-E ........................ 36
9.13.-4.-B ........................ 36
32
4
36
33
...
...
QUEBEC
303
ROTHSEXES - LRSDEUX 56575
MEN -HOMMES.................... 171
WOMEN - FIBRES..................132
10
FUT.
START(.;
EMPLOIS
FUTURS(S)
THOUSANDS - MILL lEES
921
80TH SEXES - LBS DEUX SEXES ..
15-24 YEARS -ASS............... 486
25 450 CVER - BY PLUS
441
...
OS
LAVcWF(4(
RISES A
FIED(41
7
14...
...
9
13...
...
76
40
36
85
50
35
116
68...
48...
...
...
6
IC
5
4
150
135
49
27
49
36
48...
68...
4
...
7
11
8
MARRIED-MARIES........... .... 133
OTHER -AUTRES .................. 170
123
162
21
55
35
50
63...
53...
...
4
10
8
5
4
ONTARIO
20THSEXES - LES TEUX SEXES
316
MEN-(-YMMES.................... 158
WOMEN -FERMES .................. 158
282
142
140
85
40
45
75
39
35
l.16
51. ..
51. ..
15
B
7
34
16
18
22
10
12
1.
o
6
15-24 YEARS - ASS ............... 163
153
25ARID OVER - ElPLUS
151
131
56
29
43
32
41...
60...
9
7
12
22
4
18
8
4
MARRIED -MARIRS........... .....139
OTHER-AUTRES ..................177
119
164
29
51
28
47
524
50...
9
20
14
18
6
4
8
MANITOBA ........................... 32
SASKATCEEWAN ....................... 19
ALBERTA ............................46
28
18
39
10
7
18
7
5
9
13...
4. ..
8...
.. .
.. .
...
...
...
7
4
B.C. - C.-B.
96
RUTH SEXES - LESTESS SEXES
MEN - IIOMMES .....................50
WCMEN -FEBMES............. ..... 46
86
43
42
29
16
14
22
11
12
28...
14...
15...
4
...
...
IL
7
4
15-24 SEARS - ASS ............... 48
25 ANC CVEM - ET PLUS
48
44
41
18
11
12
10
10...
18...
...
...
4
7
MARRIED-MARIE'S........... ..... 44
OTHER -AUTEES................... 52
38
47
10
-- 19
[0
12
16...
12...
...
...
6
5 -
285
183
122
15-24 SEARS -ASS............... 157
146
25 AND OVER - RI PLUS
...
.
...
11
10
...
...
.
..
.
.
7
5
5
4
(I)INCLUORS PERSONS WHO WERE WITHOUT WCRE, HAD ACTIVELY SOUGHT WORK IN THE FOUR WEERS ENDING WITH THE REFERENCE WEEK, AND WERE
AVAILEBLE FOP WORK IN THE BEFERENCE WEEK.
INCLUI EEl PERSCNNES_QUIETAIENT SBRSBPLOI, AIAIENT ACTIVEMENT CHERCHE OU TRAVAIL AU COURS DES QUATRE SEMAINES SE TERMINANT
LA SEMAINE DR REFCRENCE.
PRTES
TRAVAILLER
PENDANT
AVECLA SEMAIEIE DR REFERENCE, El GUIETAIENT
(2)PERSOPS ARE CLASSIFIED 45 CS LAYOFF (SLY IF THEY EXPECTED TO RETURN TO THE JOB FROM WHICH THEY HAD BEEN LAID OFF.
LES PERSONRIES SONY C1ASSIFIES
MISES A PIED'SEULEMENT SI ELLRS S'ATTENDAIENT A REPREIIORE ER MME EMPLOI QUELLES OCCUPAIENT
AVANT D'TRR CCNC(OIEES.
131PERSONS ARE CLASSIFIED AS FUTURE STARTS ONLY IF THEY HAD A NEW JO8 WITH A DEFINITE STARTING DATE.
SEULEMENT SIELLESAVAIENT US NOIJVEL EMPIDI DUELLES DEVAEENT
LBSPEESCSNES SONTCLASSJ FIEES_EMPLOIS FOTEJRS
TRAVAILIERUSECATECETERRINEE.
CDIWMENCER A
(4)
INCLUCES PERSONS ON LAYOFF (FOR 26 WEEKS OR LESS) FROM A PAID WORKER JOB, WHO HAD NOT ACTIVELY LOOKED FOE WORK IN THE PAST
FOUR WEEKS, RUT WHO WERE AVAILABLE FOR WORK IN THE R_EE_ERENCE WEEK.
INCLU1 IRS PBRSONNES M(555 A PIED DUN EMELOIREMUNERR (POUR 26 SEMAINES OU MOINS), GUI ELAVAIENT PAS ACTIVEMENT CHERCHE GE
TRAVAIL AU COURS DES QUATRES DEMNIRRES SEMAINES, MAtS GUI (FAIENT PR?TES I TEAVAILLER PENDANT LA SEMAINI DR REFERENCE.
(5)
INCLUDES PERSONS WITH A JOB TO STAR1WITHIN FOUR WEEKS OF THE REFERENCE WEEK WHO HAD NOT ACTIVELY LOOKED FOR WORK IN THE PET
FOUR WEEKS, RUT WHO WERE AVAILABLE FOR WORK IN THE REFERENCE WEEK.
INCLIT LES PERSONNES AVANT UN EBPLOIOU ELLES DEVAIENT COMMENCER ATRAVAILLER OASIS QIJATRE SEMAINES QI) M0145 DELASEMAINEC
REFEENCE,QUINAVA1ENT PAS ACTIVEMENT_CHERCHE DE TRAVAIL AU COURS DES QUATRE O1RNIRES SEMAINES, MAISGUI ETAIENT PRTES
1 TRAVAILLRRPENC8NT LA SEMAINE DR REFERENCE.
5
TABLE 37. UNEMPLOYED BY TYPE OF WORK SCRIGHT
LEAU37. CHMURS 581GB LB GENRE XE
TRAVAIL CHERCHE
JULY - 1978 - JUILLET
.
-
LOOKED FOR WORK
TNT CHERCHE DU TRAVAIL
TOTAL
TOTAL
1
LCUKEO FOR FULL-TIME WORKTIO3KEO FOR PART-TINE WOR1
TOTAL
I
..ITCTAL
TNT CHERCHE DU TRAVAIL
IPE#N.121 TEMP.(1)
IONTCHERCHE lid TRAVAIL
• A PLEIN TEMPS
6 TEMPS PARTIEL
[
f
--
TOlAL i PERM.(2) { TEMP.(1 .]
THOUSANDS - MILLIERS
BOTH SEXES - LES OFUX SEXES
921
MAERIEO -MA..IES................ 408
SILOLE -CL1RLTAIRES ........... 465
OTHER-AUTRES................... 5'.
842
359
436
47
748
326
380
42
623
309
275
39
125
11
105
4
95
33
57
5
57
25
27
4
15-24YEARS-ANS.............486
25 YEARS AND OVER - ANDElPLLS
441
'.55
388
394
35 1.
288
335
106
19
61
34
30
27
MEN-HCFMES ..................... 49?
MARRIEO-MAR IES................186
SINGLE -CELIBATAIRES ........... 290
OTHER-AUTRES...................20
455
165
418
159
241
17
345
152
177
IV
73
8
64
...
37
6
31
...
15-24YEARS-AND............. 275
25 YEARS ARC OVER - AND ITPLUS
221
258
197
227
191
185
180
61
11
WOMEN- FEMMES ................... 430
MARE1ED- MAE LEES............... 222
SINGLE - CELIEATAIRES ........... 175
OTHER-AUTRES.................. 33
388
194
164
30
330
166
138
25
278
158
98
23
15 -24 YEARS - ANS............. 211
25 YEARS ARC OVER - AND CTPLUS
219
197
191
167
163
123
155
34
32
30
26
4
P.E.I.- ?.-P.-E ................ 4
4
4
...
...
NBWFOUNCLANO - TEREE-NEuVL
NOVASCCTIA - NOUVELLE-LCCSSE
272
18
...
615
334
302
43
163
25
134
4
31
7
318
382
131
26
32
53
21
5
16
1A
...
15
...
366
156
193
17
89
9
79
42
21
18
31
6
16
5
15
...
181
185
76
18
24
52
9
VI
...
58
27
26
5
36
21
22
Ii
1'.
4
..
314
178
109
26
7'.
15
55
4
45
8
30
28
14
22
16
6
137
177
60
14
. ..
...
. ..
...
...
...
27
5
31)
6
..
.
28
5
8
237
134
103
48
19
18
8
10
5
118
119
5
43
10
8
..
.
...
.
.
..
39
36
33
28
5
..
..................... 76
33
31
26
4
...
.
..
SEXES - LES DEUX SEXES
303
- HCMRES.................. 111
'EN-FEMNES
132
285
163
.
..
.0.-6.-8
S
I
-
j
]
TOTALIPERM.I 2 . [TEME. (1)
UTHERI3I
AUTRESI3)
38
8
29
6
13
84
49
29
6
42
29
11
14
29
4
272
229
122
158
114
132
98
42
26
16
14
5
9
123
162
117
155
113
116
4
38
6
8
...
150
135
144
128
106
123
37
5
7
...
4
109
42
7
TNT 8810
SCTH SEXES - LEDDEUX SEXED
316
MEN-HCMMES
158
VCMEN - FEMMES................ 158
282
239
122
193
98
95
45
24
21
44
20
24
28
13
15
16
7
9
221
116
61
31
30
3E.
16
18
PARR! BC-MARIES............ ..139
OTHER-AUTNES.............. ..17?
119
164
104
135
98
96
6
39
15
11
17
4
12
109
112
10
29
20
14
15-24 YEARS - ENS.............163
25 ANC OVER -VTPLUS.........153
151
131
122
85
101
50
12
15
16
12
13
lOB
37
8
29
116
...
120
11
22
MANITOBA......................... 32
28
24
21
4
4
...
...
23
5
SASRATC1-EWAN .....................19
18
15
12
...
...
...
...
14
4
6
27
12
7
70
34
35
16
9
7
11
35
35
...
13
6
5
13
4
................
IEC-MARIES.............. 133
rER-AUTRES................ 170
15-24 YEARS -ENS.............15?
25 AND OVER -STPLUG......... 146
..................
142
140
8
8
5
...
...
...
29
1
ALBERTA .......................... 46
39
30
23
6
9
4
B.C.- C.-R.
BOTH SEXES - LED DEUX SEXED
96
MEN -HOM'4ES................... 50
WCNEN - FEMMES.................46
86
43
72
38
33
61
31
11
14
5
9
9
5
. ..
42
6
...
...
MARRIED - H8RIES............ .. '.4
OTHER-AUTRES................. 52
38
47
33
38
15-24YEARS -ENS..............48
25 AND OVER - ET P LUS.........8
4
44
41
35
36
26
35
...
29
7
4
31
...
S
. ..
...
29
9
9
5
4
9
9
5
5
4
...
4
111
110
31
38
51
...
7
4
IllTEMPORARY WORKIS DEPINEP AS WORK TO LAST SIX MONTHS OR LESS.
TRAVAIL TEMPCRAIRE SEDEFINIT CCMPE UN TRAVAIL CUNE OURCE DRSIX (4015 04) (40145.
(2) PERMAMENWORKIS DEFINED AS WORK TC LAST MORE THAN SIX MONTHS.
TRAVAIL PERMANENT SR D(FINIT CONME IN TRAVAIL DUNE DUR(E DE PLUS DRSEXMOlD.
(3) THIS GROUP CCNSISTS OF PERSONS CN LAYOFF OR WAITING TO START A NRW JOB WHO 010 NOT LOOK FOR WORK DURING THE FOUR WEEKS ENDING IN
FRENCE WEEK.
3FCUPESE COMPOSE DE PERSONRES RISES SPIED DU EN ATTENIF OFCOMMENCER A_TRAVAILLFRTh UN NOIJVEL EMPLOI0431 NUNT PAD CHERCHE
.l)VX1LcFSC1TXU
A(N'
3)T)RRINXNI LTNS LX'ol'fl 31R1E0[C3.
52
TABLE 38. UNEMPICTED
TABLEAU 38. CHOMEURS SELCN
BY JOB-SEARCH METHODS BY AGE AND
JULY - 1978 -
LNEMPLOYED
TOTAL
A
CHCMRURS
DID NOT
LOOK
LOOKED
TOTAL
TOTALIIS
NONT
PAS..
CHERCHE
ONT•
CHERCHE
SEX XND BY PROVINCE
SELON LZGERII.E
LBS METHODES DE RECHERCHE DEMPLOI
SEXE El PAR PEOVINCE
JUILLET
CONTACTED
EMPLOYEES
DIRECTLY
SESON_I
ADRESSES
DIRECTEMENT
A DES
EMPLOYRURS
USED PUBLIC
EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY
LOOKED AT ADS
ONTCONSULTS
SE5OFT
ADRESSES A
LES ANNONCES
UN BUREAU DE
PLACEMENT
PUBLIC
USED OTHER
METHODS
NO.
MET-
UJNT UTILISE
DBUT5ES
METHODES
NL
MJYC-
fl
THOUSANDS - MILL SEES
BOTH SMXES - LBSCEUSSEXER........... ...527
84
842
633
458
325
234
i.9
15 -24 YEARS -ASS................... 486
441
25YEARSANC DV'Q - ASSElPLUS. . .
32
53
455
388
332
271
242
216
164
161
121
113
1.9
2.3
MEN -HCMMES ............................497
15-24YEARS -ASS................... 275
221
25Y5655INC OVYR - INSELJS
42
18
24
455
258
157
325
XBB
138
263
148
115
161
BE
75
138
71
87
1.9
1.9
2.0
W-MEN - FEMMES......................... 432
15- 24 YEARS -ANS...................211
25 YEARS AND OVER - ASS ET PLUS
219
42
14
29
388
157
191
278
144
133
195
94
1C1
164
78
86
96
50
46
1.9
1.9
1.9
32
21
18
5
6
1.6
NEWFCUNCL*NO - TEERE_NELJVR ............. 34
..
P.B.S.- £.-P.-E
.
4
...
4
...
..
...
...
1.6
NOVA SCOTIA - SOUVEILE-ECOSSE...........'5
4
36
22
25
10
9
1.8
76
...
33
25
21
8
6
1.8
QUEBEC
BOTH SEXES - LBS CRUX SEXES ............323
MEN- HCMME 5.......................... 171
- FEMMES....................... 132
16
8
15
285
163
122
218
124
94
142
ES
5 1.
62
31
31
35
25
10
1.9
1.6
1.5
XE-24 YEARS - ASS ...................157
146
25YEARS ASS OVER - ASS ST PLUS...
7
11
150
135
11?
131
75
86
25
37
15
23
1.6
1.7
C NT AS ID
BOTH SEXES - LBS DEUX SEXES ............316
MEN -HCM'RES.........................158
WIMEN - FERMES........................ 158
34
16
18
82
142
143
193
96
97
159
81
78
156
76
79
103
57
45
2.2
2.2
2.1
15-24 YEARS - ASS................... 163
25 YEARS ANC CVRR - ASS ElFLUS
153
12
22
151
131
132
91
79
80
81
74
55
48
MANITOBA................................ 32
...
28
19
16
13
11
S ASKATCIEWANE............................ 19
...
18
12
10
9
7
ALBERTA .................................46
7
39
25
16
16
19
11
7
4
86
43
42
66
33
33
48
27
21
46
23
23
39
21
17
2.3
2.4
2.2
4
7
44
41
36
29
28
22
22
23
18
20
2.3
2.3
NBA PAINS WICK - NQJVEAU-P9USSICM ...
B.C.- C.-B.
BOTH SEXES - IRS DEUX SEXES............96
MEN - HOMMES..........................50
ACRES - FEMMES........................ 46
15-24 YEASS - ASS ................... 48
48
25YEARSANC OVER - ASS ElPLUS..,
.
S
IIITHE SUM OP TI-B JETHOOS DOES NOT 6_QUAL THE TOAL BECAUSE AN INDIVIDUAL MAY USE MORE THAN ONE METHOD.
LA5D1'PEDES MBHO0ES N'ESTPASEGALE AU TOTAL PARCE QIJUN INCIVSDU PElT UTILISER PLUS D1AE MTHOOE.
fl
TABLE 39. UNEMPLOYED PERSONS BY ACTIVITY PRIOR TO LOOKING FOR WORK
EE
TABLEAU 39. CI6MEURS SALON LACTIVITE ANTERIEURE A LA RECHARCIIE DU TRAVAIL
JULY - 1978 - ,JUII.LET
LOOK ING
.
A LA RECHERCHE
TOTAL
TOTAL
I
I
J
WORKING
TRAVAILI.AIT
KEEPING
HOUSE
ITENAIT
JMAISON
ATTENDING
SCHOOLI
ALLAITAI
LECOLE
J
OTHER
AUTRE
NOT
LOOKING
NE CHERCHE
PAS
THOUSANDS - MILLIERS
BOTH SEXES - LES DEUX SEXES
927
842
498
80
216
48
84
15 -24 YEARS - ANS .......... 486
25 AND OVER - ET PLUS
441
455
388
209
289
23
57
200
16
22
26
32
53
MARRIED - MARIES ............. 408
SINGLE - CL18ATAIRES
465
OTHER - AUTRES ................54
359
436
47
260
204
34
63
11
6
18
196
...
18
25
5
49
29
6
497
455
300
...
118
33
42
15-24 YEARS - ANS ...........275
25 AND OVER - El PLUS
221
258
197
132
168
109
9
15
18
18
24
MARRIED - 5ARIES..............186
SINGLE - CLIEATA1RES
290
OTHER - AUTRES ................21
165
272
18
143
143
14
8
109
13
18
21
18
WOMEN - FEMMES .................430
388
197
77
98
15
42
15 - 24 YEARS - MIS .......... 211
25 AND OVER - El PLUS
219
197
191
77
120
22
55
91
7
7
8
14
29
MARRIED - MflRIES ............ 222
SINGLE - CLIBA1AIRES
175
OTHER - AUTRES ................33
194
164
30
116
61
20
62
9
6
EQ
87
6
7
29
55
...
4
MAN - HOMMES
...................
NEWFOUNDLAND - TERRE-NEUEE
.
...
...
...
...
•..
...
34
32
19
...
P.E.I. - E.-P.-E ...............4
4
...
...
N .S. - N.-E ....................39
36
23
...
8
N.E. - ('1.-B ....................36
33
20
...
8
1H SEXES -LES DEUX SEXES •
303
MN - HOMMES .................171
MEN - FERRIS ............... 132
285
163
122
188
115
73
20
...
20
62
35
27
15
12
...
18
8
10
- 24 YEARS - MS .......... 157
J5 AND OVER - El PLUS
146
150
135
77
111
6
14
59
...
8
7
7
11
MARRIED - RABIES.............133
OTHER - AUTRES ............... 170
123
162
100
88
15
5
...
59
5
10
10
8
ONT ARID
BOTH SEXES - LBS DEUX SEXES •
316
MEN - HOMMES .................158
WOMEN - FEMMES ............... 158
282
142
140
156
90
86
31
...
30
82
44
38
13
7
6
34
16
18
15 - 24 YEARS - ANS .......... 163
25 AND OVER - AT PLUS
153
151
131
64
92
7
24
74
8
5
8
12
22
HARRIED - HARIES ............. 139
OTHER .. AUTRES ...............177
119
164
79
77
24
7
11
72
5
8
20
14
MA NITOBA .......................32
28
16
...
8
SASKATCHEWAN ...................19
18
8
...
6
ALBERTA ........................46
39
20
4
13
...
7
B .C.- C.-B.
BOTH SEXES - LES OEUX SEXES •
58
MEN - HOMMES .................50
WOMEN - FEMMES ...............46
86
43
42
46
26
20
11
...
11
21
12
9
7
4
...
11
7
4
48
48
44
41
18
28
...
9
20
...
...
4
4
7
MARRIED - MARIES .............44
OTHER - AUTRES ...............52
36
47
24
22
10
...
...
20
...
4
6
5
15 - 24 YEARS - MS
25 AND OVER - El PLUS
7
34
TABLE 40. UNEMPLOYED BY BENSON FOR LEAVING LAST JOB
TABLEAU 40. CHeMEURS SELON LA RAISON DONNEE DAVOIR QUITTELEUR EMPLOI PR(CEOENT
JULY - 1978 - JUl LLET
OWNPERSONALLOST JOB OTHERNOT WOR'cED 35
ILLNESSFESPONSI - SCHOOL ORRETIRED REASONS IN LAST
NIL ITIES1410 OFF
5 YEARS
TOTAL------PALADIE081 IDA-A PEROU
N8 PAS_
CE ,11095VA_ ASON EMP_LqI A PRIS SA AUTRES TRAVAIL LI j.:
LENQIJETEPERSON-LECOLE 043 A fIRRETRAITE RAISONS DUPANT IFS IRAN Si LL
NELLESMISE A PIED 5 DERNIJ IFS
A N REF S
THOUSANDS - MILLIERS
p0TH SEXES - IRS ORUX SEXES927
15-24 YEARS - ANS ..............486
25 YEARS AMC OVER - 495 FT ILLS441
44
13
31
45
17
28
694449
62194
72509
19214
lOb
96
103
9614
5
MARRIED - MIRIES .............. ..4CR
071- ER - AUTRES .................518
25
19
34
XI
72278
62217
9110
1025
102
PEN - H31'MES .....................497
15-24 YEARS - ANS ...............275
25 YEARS AND OVER - ANS FT PIUS 221
21
7
14
5
...
...
392778
34131
51467
5 7
924
50
51
424
MARRIED - MAP IRS ................186
OTHER - AUTRES ..................310
10
11
51277
35150
34 58
WOMEN - FEMMES ...................430
15-24 YEARS - 895 ...............211
25 YEARS AND OVER - ANS 87 PILS
219
23
6
17
39
15
25
30168
2864
...104
9APR153 - MARIERS ..............222
OTHER - AUTRES .................2CR
15
8
31
8
..
. . .
...
.
101
2767
NEWFCUNCL8ND - TEERE-NEUVE 34
P.E.I. - I.-P.-E
51
57
10111
46
52
55Xl
5
a
57
44
23
6
21
7
6
51
4
4
NOVA SC!ATIA - NOUVELLE-(CCSSE 39
N .E. - N.-8. ................... ..31,
21
6
4
4
OUR 8 EC
BOTH SEXES - IFS DEAN SEXES 3X3
MEN - HOlMES ..................171
WOMAN - FEMMES ................132
13
6
4
1421
...13
129
15-24 YEARS - AES ..............157
25 AN) CVER - FT PLUS ..........146
4
C.
721
7
-5
MARRIED - RA!IS ...............133
OTHER - AUT'ES .................170
7
Xl
420
84
76
8011-4 SEXES - LES OEUX SEXES . 316
MEN - HCMMES ..................158
WOMEN - FEEl'.. ............... ..158
21
9
12
75
17
...14
1711
1354
774
57
675
33
354
15-24 YEARS - 845 ..............163
25 AND CARS - FT PLUS .........153
5
16
421
134
1,3
754
34
335
MARRIED - MARIES ..............139
OTHER - AUTQES ................177
14
7
134
421
684
66
28
11,2
145
27
274
34
13
1_
26
285
28
26
ONTARIO
MANIIOIA. ....................... .32
41
15
39
13
4
SASRATCI-EWAM ....................19
ALBERTA .............................46
16
16
47
29
18
23
9
5
19
27
17. -.
11
MARRIED - RABIES .................44 4
OTHER - 8431555 ....................................... . . 5
24
10
13
B.C. - c.-E.
BOIl-I SEXES - LES DEAX SEXES 6644.6
HEN - NOMMES ......................50 ...
WOMEN - 1SEP15 ...................46...4
15-24 NEARS - AIRS ................'.8...
25 ANC OVER - El PLUS ............48
. ..
'N
[I:
TABLE 41. FLOWSINTO UNEMPLOYMENT.
55
TABLEAU 41.ACTIVITE ANTERIEURE DS CHOMrUFS.
JULY - 1976 - JUILLET
JOB LOSERS
TOTAL
PERSONNES GUI ONT
PERDU LEJJR EMPLOI
JOB LEAVERS PERSUNNES QUI DM1
QUITTf ClUE EMPLOI
J
ENTRANTS
f
I
RE-ENTRANTS
------------ -- --------
PERSONNE5 ENTRANT
PERSONMES RE1N1EGREES
--DAMS LA POPULAT1ON-ACT IVPOUR LA
1
YEAR
OR LESS MORE THAN 1 YAR
E
I
PREMIERE FOES
AN
Do
MO1NS
PLUS
DUM
I
AN
L
-
THOUSM4DS - MILLIERS
SEX AND MARITAL STATUS
LE SITE ET LBTAT MATRIMONIAL
BOTH SEXES - L,ES DEUX SEXES
927
SINGLE - CELIEATAIPES
465
MARRIED-MAEIES...........
408
OTHER -AUTRES ............... 14
375
149
201
25
203
81
107
15
108
130
7
...
151
101
47
...
89
33
48
9
MEN- HOMMES............... .
SINGLE - CELIBA_TAIRES
MARRIED -MAPlES ...........
OTHER -AUTRES.............
49 7
290
180
20
242
110
120
12
99
50
44
5
52
51
...
73
61
12
31
19
10
WOMEN -FEMMES................ .
SINGLE - CE&18TAIRES
MARAIEA - MARIEES
OTHER-AUTRES .............
430
175
222
33
133
39
81
104
31
63
57
50
78
56
15
13
10
CANADA.........................
MEN -IIOMMES.................
WOMEN -FEMMES...............
927
497
430
375
242
133
203
99
104
108
52
57
151
73
78
89
31
58
MEWFOUNULANU - TERRE-NEUVA
MEN -HOMMES.................
WOMEN -FEMMES ...............
34
. 22
..13
16
13
...
5
...
...
4
5
4
P.E.I.-I.-P.-E .
MEN -HOMMES.................
WOMEN - FEMMES...............
N
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
..
_..
4v
30
.
37
7
SEX AND PROVINCE
SEXE ETPROVINCE
............. ...
S
__.
.5SCOT 14 - NOUVELLE-ECOSSE .
-HOMMES................... 25
MEN-FEMMES................. 15
lB
14
8
4
4
4
36
ftN-HOMMES...................20
,JMEN -FEMMES................. 16
17
12
6
6
...
...
MEN- HOMMES .................
WOMEN - BEMMES...............
303
371
132
141
92
49
63
31
32
ONTARIO ........................
MEN-HOMMES .................
WOMEN -FERRIS ...............
316
158
158
114
69
45
75
36
39
MANITOBA .......................
MEN-HOMMES.................
WOMEN-FEMMES...............
.32
. 11
. 15
1
7
4
SAS KATCHEWAN ...................
. 19
ALBERTA ........................
.. .
...
...
...
..
4
.
4
4
5
34
34
56
10
18
16
31
13
18
41
19
22
55
26
30
31
8
22
8
4
4
4
4
4
......
......
4
...
5
46
24
23
13
8
6
13
8
6
6
...
...
10
S
5
B.C.-C.-8................
... .
96
MEN - HOMMES.................
50
WOMEN - FEMMES ................ 46
37
24
13
20
50
10
9
5
4
23
10
14
5
375
87
203
34
108
17
151
15
89
14
208
118
83
89
51
31
22
4
20
9
32
18
...
17
7
17
12
...
9
8
MEN - HOMMES.................
WOMEN - FENNEl...............
MEN-HOMMES .................
WOMEN - FEMMES...............
.. N
10
5
4
7
EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
NIVEAU 0EJCAT ION
TOTAL............................... 927
3-8 YEARS - 0 A 8 ANNEES
167
HIGH SCHOOL (U - ETUDES
SECONDAIRES (S)...................... 549
SOME POST SECONDARY - EIJELGUES
ETUDES POST-SECONDAIRES
86
POSTSECONDARY CERTIFICATE OR
DIPLOMA - CE#TIF(CAT OU DIPLGME
POSI-SECONDAIRE........................ 76
UNIVERSITY DEGREE - DEGRE UNIVERSITAIRE ............................ 47
INCLUDES FRSONS WHO HAVE TITHER COMPLETED THEIR SECONDARY EDUCATION OR HAD AT LEAST SOME SECONDARY EDUCATION,
-AllANYPS'-SI(iNASYY CIlIA ATII'N.
•All
,•(JI
IA Ii L
I.
.:--
VL:'-i:lI.
BUT WHO HAVE NOT
56
TABLE 42. FAMILIES WITH AT LEAST ONE UNEMPLOYED PERSON BY
TABLEAU 42.
PROVINCE, NUMBER, OF CHILDREN AND STATUS OF HEAD
FAMILLES COMPTANT Au MaINS UN CHÔMEUR SELON LA PROVINCE, LE F4OMBRE OENFANTS IT LA SITUATION DU CHEF 2E FAMILLE
JULY - 1978 -
JUILLET
FAMILIES
TOTAL
FAMILIES
-
1I
HEAD OF AM
FILY
UNEMPLOYED
-
CHEF DFAMILLE CHMEUR I
I
J
-
HEAD DF FAMILY
NOT UNEMPLDYEU
-
CHEF DE FAM!LLL
NON CH&IEUR
THOUSANDS - MILLIERS
205
519
140
165
193
227
61
50
49
44
79
114
143
183
28
10
18
724
........................................
.................................................
.............................................
.............................................
............................................
............................
.........................................
.....................................
................................................................
.........................................
................................................
...............................................
..............................................................
........................................
...........................................
.............................................
.............................................................
.........................................................
..............................................................
..............................
........................................
...............................................
2
............................................4
............................................
NO CHILDREN - AUCUNENFANI
1CHILD - 1 INFANT
2 CHILDREN - ENFANTS
3 CR MORE - 3ITPLUS
NEWFOUNDLAND -
TERRE-NEUVE PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
-
ILE-OU-PRINCE-ELOUARD
4
NOVA SCOTIA - NOUVELLE-ECOSSE 31
9
22
NEW BRUNSWICK
28
9
20
234
70
164
51
. 49
. 61
73
22
15
16
16
29
34
45
57
248
66
182
43
43
48
7.
20
19
15
13
23
44
53
61
MANITOBA
25
6
-
SASKATCHEWAN 16
4
ALIERTA
36
9
75
21
53
18
17
20
19
8
4
6
10
13
14
16
QUE8EC
-
NOUVEAU BRUNSWICK NO CHILDREN - AUCUN INFANT 1CHILD - 1 INFANT
2 CHILDREN - 2ENFANTS.............................................
3 OR MORE - 3ITPLUS
ONTARIO
NO CHILDREN - AUCUNINFANT 1CHILD - 1 INFANT................................................
2 CHILDREN - 2INFANTS .
3 OR MORE - 3ITPLUS
8PIT 151-i COLLJPWIIA
-
COLOMAL E-BRITANN lODE NO CHILDREN - AUCUN ENFANT
CHILD -1 INFANT 2CHILDREN - ENFANIS
3 OR MORE - 3ITPLUS
...
fl
0
TABLE 43. FAMILIES WITH AT LEAST ONE UNEMPLOYED PERSON BY PROVINCE, NUMBER OF
CHILDREN, AGE OF CHILDREN AND NUMBER OF PERSONS EMPLOYED
TA,
•E
TTA, MGINS UN CHOMEUR SELON LA PROVINCE,LE NDBRR
JSINFANTS,El LB NOMBRE DE PERSONNES OCCUPES
J.J•Y- 1978-
JUILLET
FAMILIES
TOTAL
FAMILIES
0 EMPLOYED 1 EMPLOYED
-
-
-.
2OR MORE
EMPLOYED
-
0 PERSOFjNE 1 PERSONNE
OCCUPEE
OCCUPI
THOUSANDS
2 PERSONNES
OCCUPES
OU PLUS
MILLIERS
C AAIADA................................................................
.724
159
337
228
2-3PERSCNS- 2-3PERSONNES ........................................
IY
4-5PjN5
- 4-5PERSONNEl ........................................
BORMORE- 6ETPLUS..............................................
.302
.294
.128
95
48
15
178
121
39
29
125
74
NO CHILDREN - AUCUNENFANT.........................................
ONE OR MORE CHILDREN - UN DU PLUSLEURS ENFANTS.....................
Al LEAST ONE CHILD AGED 0-5 YEAAS - AU MOINS UN ENFANT AG DI
0ASANS......................................................
NE) CHILDREN AID 0-5 YARS BUT AT LEAST ONE CHILD AGED 6-15 YEARS
AUCUN INFANTDE2 A 5 ANS MAIS AU MOINS UN INFANT GE DE
6A15695.....................................................
NO CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 16 AND AT LEAST ONE CHILD AGIO 16-24
YEARS - AUCUN ENFANT ZG DI MOINS DI 16 ANS ET AU NOINS UN ENPANTAGDE16A 24ANS........................................
.140
.584
46
113
88
249
6
222
.155
48
90
18
263
46
103
114
166
18
57
90
28
9
10
8
10
NEWFOUNDL AN D
-
TERRE-NEUVE ............................................
PRINCEED9ARDISLAND
-
ILE-DU-PRINCE-EDOUARO ..........................
NOVASCOTIA- NOUVELLI-ECOSSE .........................................
.4
31
9
13
.28
8
12
8
234
56
111
66
2 - 3PERSONS- 2-3PERSONNEl ........................................
4-5PERSONS - 45PERSONNEl........................................
oORMORE- 6ElPLUS..............................................
.101
92
41
36
14
7
59
42
10
7
36
24
MO CHILDREN-
MI CUNENPANT.........................................
JCR
ND
MORECHILDREN - UN OU PLUSIEURS ENFANTS .................... .
LEAST ONE CHILC AGED 0-5 YEAES - AU MOINS UN ENFANT AGE DE
S5ANS......................................................
HILDREN AGED 0-5 YEARS BUT AT LEAST ONE CHILD AGED 6-15 YEARS
ENFANT AGE DE 0 A 5 ANS31$
11
AU MEJINS UN ENFANT AGE QE
A15ANS.....................................................
LHILOREN UNDER THE AEOF 16 AND AT LEAST ONE CHILD AGED 16-24
EARS,- _AUCUN ENFANT AGE 01 MCINS DI 16 ANS El AU MDINS UN ENANTAGEDE16A24ANS........................................
.51
. 83
18
38
32
79
65
40
14
24
.88
17
36
.55
7
20
28
ONTARIO ...............................................................
248
43
118
87
2 - 3PERSONS- 2-3 PERSONNES........................................
4-5PERSONS- 4-5PERSONNES ........................................
6DRMORE- 6BYPLUS..............................................
.104
103
.41
26
...
65
38
15
13
50
24
NOCHILDREN - AUCUMINFANT.........................................
ONE OR MORE CHILDREN - UN OU PLUSLEURSINFANTS.....................
AT LEAST ONE CHILI AGED 0-5 YEARS - AU 112155 UN ENFANT DE
AGC
OASANS ......................................................
NO CHILDREN A5ED 0 5 YEARS BUT AT LEAST ONE CHILD AGED 615 YEARS
AUCUN ENPANT AGE DE 0 A 5 ANS M8IS AU 110195 UN INFANT AGE IA
6A15ANS.....................................................
NO CHILDREN UNDE THE A~E OF16 AND AT LEAST ONE CHILD AGED 16-24
YEARS -AIJCUN REFANT GE DE MIENS DE LEANS IT AU MOINS UN ENFANTAGElIE16A24ANS........................................
.43
205
13
31
29
EN
85
.57
15
36
6
.65
10
33
41
.63
5
20
38
MANITOBA ..............................................................
.25
5
12
8
SASKATCHEWAN..........................................................
.16
4
7
4
ALBERTA ...............................................................
36
6
17
13
BRITISH COLUMBIA
COLONBIB-ERITANNIQUE ...............................
.75
17
35
23
2 -3PERSONS- 2-3PERSONNES ........................................
36
20
6OR MORE- 6ITPLUS..............................................
2B
.11
12
11
13
...
...
7
.18
57
6
11
11
.14
...
8
26
6
10
11
16
...
5
9
NEWBRUNSWICK
.
57
-
NOUVEAU-BRUNSWICK.....................................
-
4-5PERSONS- 4-5PERSONNEl ........................................
NO CHILDREN- MaCUNANT
INF
.........................................
ONE OR MORE CHILDREN - UN OU PLUSIEURS EèAN1S .....................
AT LEAST ONE CHILC AGED 0-5 YEARS - AU MOINS UN INFANT 2GC DE
0A5ANS......................................................
NO CHILDREN AGED 0-5 YEARS BUT AT LEAST ONE CHILD AGED615 YEARS
AUCUN ENP ANT AGE DI 0 A 5 ANS MAIl AU MOONS UN ENFANT AGE DE
6A15ANS.....................................................
NO CHILDREN UNDER THE AE OF 16 AND AT LEAST ONE CHILD AGED 16-24
YEARS,,-AUCUN INFANTDI MCINS DI 16 ANS El AU MOINS UN ENFANTAGEDI16A24 ANS........................................
15
4
23
35
22
58
TABLE 44. PERSONS NOT IN THE LABOUR FORCE BY REASON FOR LEAVING LAST JOB
TARLYAU 44. LES PEPSCNNES INACTIVES SELCN LA RAISON OCNNEE
JULY
-
1918
-
DAVOIR ODJITTE LEUR EMPLOI PRCEDEST
JUILIET
OWNRE RSCNAL
LOST JOEOTHER NOT WORE EDSD V
ILLNESSRESPONSI- SCHOOLORRETIRED REASONS IN LASTW3
5 YEARS
BILITIES LAID OFF
TOTAL-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
N'A PIS_
MALADIEDELIGA-A PERDU
SETICJNS VA ASON EMPLI1 A PRIS SA AUTFES IRAVAILIEJANA
RAISONS
DURANT
LES TRAV ~ IL LL
LENQUETEPERSON-L'(COLEOU A CTF RETRAITE
5 DERNIEES
NELLESRISEPIED
AT9'E S
THOUSANDS
-
MILLIERS
2,482
1
547
ROTH SEXES - IRS DEUX SEXES...... 8,048
15-24YEARS- ANS............... 1,097
25 YElPS ANC OVER - ASS81PLLS 4,551
281
34
227
453
107
345
132
109
22
418
133
285
369
388
106
280
ES
2,443
589
389
MAFRIET- MAPlES................3,900
CTHER - AUTRES.................. 2,149
185
76
404
48
27
105
268
150
295
95
268
101
1.774
688
1* 1
*87
MEN- MORRES..................... 1,539
15-24YEARS- ASS................. 374
25 YEARS AND OVER - ASSEDPLLS 1,165
90
6
84
11
5
1
60
49
11
127
47
80
270
75
30
45
634
272
433
236
3*
MAP1EO- MAPlES.................. 867
OTHER- AUTSES ................... 673
63
27
4
7
11
49
59
68
230
41
37
452
11
38
182
1
WOMEN- FEMMES .................. 4,509
15-24YEARS- INS................. 773
29 YEARS AND OVER - ASSEDPLUS 3,786
172
28
144
441
103
339
72
60
12
291
86
205
119
311
1,828
...
76
17
119
235
1,811
1,275
353
923
MARRIED- MARTEES............... 3,033
OTHER- AUTRES .................. 1,418
123
49
400
41
17
55
208
63
65
D4
249
62
1,322
506
650
*26
5
8
.. .
22
58
53
-,
.. .
...
13
C
NEWFOUNDLAND
P.E.I. IEPRE-NEUVE
-
...
270
,
959
32
...
243
12
16
4
18
1,
15
105
61
N.S. - 5.-B.................... ....205
9
12
4
21
11
12
75
*0
1,800
BOTH SEXES - LES DEUXSESES
MEN- HCMMES .................... 455
WOMEN- FERRIS................. 1,345
73
27
45
124
36
17
19
144
54
90
Be
64
22
85
19
66
691
165
526
58 1
121
15-24YEARS- INS................372
25ANDOVER - ER PLUS.......... 1,428
11
22
30
43
...
25
7
62
92
6
101
86
59
684
MAPRIEC - MARIES............... 1,099
OTHER- AU'RRS...................701
48
25
111
13
6
31
88
56
60
25
59
26
495
196
137
26
111
879
208
671
-
?.-P.-E
183
...
NOVASCOILA
-
SCUVDLIE-ECCSSE
...
.. .
QUEBEC
...
S
ON TARIO
91
152
28
...
FERMES ...................520
63
149
45
21
24
119
25
94
153
103
50
15-24YEARS- AS................321
25AND OVER - ElPIUS.......... 1,65?
11
33
35
37
...
33
4
168
80
119
9
83
153
104
814
274
MARRIED - RABIES............... 1,328
OTHER- AUTRES................... 690
65
26
136
16
10
35
80
39
116
37
123
34
632
247
186
256
MAN1TOEA........................... 281
14
22
5
13
22
18
105
61
SASKATCHEWAN ....................... 243
12
21
6
11
19
20
90
*4
ALBERTA ........................... 414
19
46
12
20
31
42
157
89
25
9
49
...
15
7
46
8
45
12
33
48
33
15
47
12
37
289
85
205
15
22
16
...
11
13
23
38
...
17
29
12
35
287
101
19
6
43
6
4
28
39
11
18
9
36
11
212
77
73
78
2,018
BOTH SEXES - LESJEUXEXES.
MEN - HOMMES.................... 498
WOMEN
-
442
63
359
B.C.- 0.-A.
869
BOTH SEXES - IPSOPUX SEXES
MEN - HOMMES..................... 180
WOMEN - FERRIS ................... 489
15-24 YEARS
25 AND CVER
MARRIED
-
ANS................ 106
ET PLUS ........... 563
- MARIES ................ 454
OTHER- AUTRES ................... 215
...
48
149
50
0
TABLE 45. PERSONS NOT IN THE LABOUR FORCE WHO LOOKED FOR WORK IN THE
BY REASON FOR NOT LOOKING IS THE REFERENCE WEEK
PAST SiX MONTHS
59
.LEAU 45. 115 PEBSCNNES INACTIVES GUI 051 CHERCHE DU TRAVAR AU COURS DES ..SI_X OERIAIERS MOIS,
PAR RAISON POUR NE PBS CIERCHER DE TRAVAIL DURANT LA SMALNR OR REFARENCE
-
.
-JULY - 1978 - JUILLET -
PE B SC SAL
REASCES
NO LONGERAWAITINGBELIEVE
ORATINTERESTEDRECALL NO WORK
ILLNESSSCHOOL OR POUND JOB OR REPLY(Ii AVAILABLE
TOTAL- - -
- RAISONSAN'EST PLUS_ ATTEND USE PENIS QU'Il
PERSCNNELLES LECOLEIATERESSE REPONSE DES NEX(STE PAl
CU
OU A TRORJVE EMPLOEURS OE TRAVAIL
MALAO!E UN NOUVELOU OETREDISPONIBLE
EMPLOIEAPPELLE AU
TEAVAI L(i)
OTHER REASONS
OR
SOT AVAILA8LE(2)
AUTRES RAISONS
OU
N'EST PAS
O1SPONIELE(2)
THOUSANDS- MILL IER5
CANADA
....................................
276
47
11
26
53
60
79
15 - 24 YEARS - ASS .......................
25 YEARS AND OVER - ANS ST PLUS .........
144
132
16
31
8
15
11
29
25
29
31
47
32
.............................
109
13
4
7
23
29
33
15 - 24 YEARS - ANS .......................
25 YEARS ANT OVEN - INS El PLUS .........
(63
45
5
8
...
5
14
9
17
12
20
14
...........................
168
35
7
19
30
32
45
15 - 24 YEARS - ASS .......................
25 YEARS ANT OVER - ASS ST PLLT .........
90
87
11
23
5
10
9
14
16
13
19
27
18
MEN - HOFRES
WOMEN - FERRIS
NEWRCJUNCLANC - TERRE-SEINE
................
13...
...
...
...
...
...
4
5
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND- ?LE-OU-PRINCE-EOOLAVO
NOVA SCOTIA - 'ICUVELLE-ECOSSE
.............
PEW BRUNSWICK - NOUVEAU-BRUNSWICK
('URBEC
.........
....................................
8...
...
...
...
12.....
...
...
1C8l...
27
23
5
16
17
13
14
11
4
.. .
17
15
13
14
14
9
5
14
29
7
7
V
13
16
5
-
7 . ..
7
7
16
12
495...
5911...
...
11-24 YEARS - ANS ........................
25 YEARS BAD OVER - ASS El PIUS ..........
576...
5110...
...................................
- HORMES .............................
- PEMMRS ........................... -.4YEARS-ANS ........................
L4ES AND OVER - ASS El PLUS ..........
..................................
SASKATCIEWAA
ALBERTA
8217 S 17
284...
...
5413.. . 9
415...
4112.. .
4
4
32
7
MEN - HCPMES .............................
WOMEN - FEMMES ...........................
\IAPIIJ
...
6...
...
...
12...
...
.. .
...
12
..............................
...................................
P.RIT1SH COLUMBIA - COLOMPIR-BPITAL41tV
. ..
MEN - HORMES
WTMCN - FEMMES ...........................
10...
...
174...
15 - 24 YEA R S - ASS ........................
25 YrARS END OVER - ASS El PLUS ..........
•..
...
. ..
14...
12. . ....... . ..
...
275.. .. . . ...
...
4
S
.
.. . . . . ...
6
...
(I.) INCLUDES BRS3NS WHO WORK CE AN 'CM-CALL
ASIS; E.G. SURSTITUTE TEACHERS, PERSONS WHO WEK OCCAS1(N8LLY FOR TERPLUIRY
EMPLOYI'EAT AGENCIES, ETC.
(31131 LES PRRSCNNES GUI TRAVAILLENI SUE USE VASE D'APPELI PAR 53• LES PROFESSEURS SUPPLEANIS, LES PERSONNES GUI TRAVAILLENT
PCCASICNNELLBMEST POUR DESAGENCES D'EMP .01 TEMPDEAIEES, ETC.
(2) INdUCES PFESTNS (MOSTLY FIJLL-TIME_STUDE T5)
AND DID LOCK FOR WORK, BUT WHO WERE NOT AVA ILABLE FOP WORK IN THE REF ERNCV WEEK.
INCLLI LES PERSCNSES (SURTOI.T DES ETUCIA TSPLEIN lAMPS) wUI ONT CHERCHE DL) TRAVAIL, MAIS (Jul M'UIAIANI PBS DISPOTI(IJLLS
POUR TRAVAILLER DURAST LA SAMAINA DE RAY AcOCA.
60
TABLE 46. ESTIMATES BY METROPOLITAN AREA
TABLEAU 46. ESTIMATIONS SELON LA REGION M(TROPOLITAINE
JULY - 1976 - JUILLET
LABJR FORCE
POPULATION ACTIVE
POPULATION
TOTAL
EMPLOYMENT
EMPLOI
NOTIN
LAAOUR
FORCE
UNEMPLOYMENTPOPULATION
INACTIVE
CHOMAGE
PARTICIP41104
RATE
TAUXO'ACTIVITE
UNEMPLOYMENT RATE
TAX DE
CHMAGE
EMPLOYMEN/
POPULATIY.
RATIC
RAPPORT
EMPL3I/
POPULATION
PER CENT-POJRCENTAGE
THOUSANDS - MILL1ERS
ST-JOHN'S......................
102 E
67
58
9
35
66.1 C
13.8 F
56.9
HALIFAX........................
110 0
117
110
8
53
09.1C
6.6 F
64.5
0
58
53
5
34
62.9 C
9.2 E
51.1
98 B
59
48
11
39
60.0 0
17.9F
49.3
QUEBEC.............................381 0
249
229
21
132
65.4 D
8.3F
59.9
64.4 B
9.0 6
58.6
63.5
SAINT JOHN
......................... 92
CIIICOUTIMI - JONQUIERE
MONTREAL ...................... .... 2,154 C
1.388
1,262
125
766
OTTAWA -HULL...................... 506 D
350
321
29
156
64.2 C
8.3F
5UDBUEY ............................110 E
67
58
10
43
63.1E
14.4 H
TORONTO....................... .... 2,221 C
1,577
1,477
100
651
70.8 B
6.3
HAMILTON ........................... 415 0
267
248
19
148
64.3 0
7.F
59.7
ST.CATHARINES- NIAGARA
266 E
180
164
15
80
67.5 0
8.6F
61.7
LONDON.............................238 0
171
161
10
66
72.1 0
6.0 G
67.1
111
9
69
03.8 D
7.8 G
58.8
10.1 G
62.5
...J
60.1
WINDSOR............................ 189 0
121
52.3
66.3
217E
151
136
15
66
65.5 0
THUNDER BAY ........................92 B
62
61
...
30
67.3 0
WINNIPEG ..........................455 C
306
284
22
149
67.2 C
7.3£
62.3
REGINA.............................140 E
94
90
4
45
67.4 C
4.7 0
64.2
E
57
53
...
26
68.4 0
5.8F
6.
CALC,AFcT...........................317 F
229
201
12
89
72.0 C
5.1 F
KITCHENER - WATERLOO
SASRATOON
......................... 83
8
278
203
15
109
71.9 C
5.3F
Rn
......................... 551C
645
599
46
307
67.8 C
7.11
E
VICTORIA...........................187 0
119
110
9
68
63.8 C
7.8F
59.
EDEBDNTON
VANCOUVER
..........................387
S
.
NOTE:BECAUSE THE LABOUR FORCE SAMPLE OS DESIGNED 440 WEIGHTED AT THE PROVINCIAL LEVEL,CAUTION SHOLLO BE USED 14 THE INTERPRETATION OF MONTH-TO-MONTH CHANGES IN THE SUB-PROVINCIAL ESTIMATES OF POPULATION, EMPLOYMENT AND UNEMPLOYMENT.
DATA IN THE GANDH'GROUP ARE BASED ON SMALLER SAMPLES,AND ALTHOUGH USEFUL FOR SOME PURPOSES, ARE NOT RELIABLE ENOUGH
TO BEUSED WITHOUT CAUTION AND QUALIFICATION.
DATAIN THE'J'CATEGORY ARE REGARDED AS UNUSABLE AND THEREFORE ARE NOT RELEASED.
SEE NOTES AT THE BACK OF THIS PUBLICATION FOR FURTHER INFORMAl ION ON SAMPLING ERROR.
NCJTASIL FAUT fTREPRUDENTLOESQU'IL S'AGIT 0' INTERPReTER LES VARIATIOS MENSUELLES DESSTIMATIONS INFRAPROVINCIALE5 DE LA
POPULATIQN,DR L'EMPLOIET DU CHthIAGE, CAR L'ECKANTILLON ESTTIRE ElPONDERE A LECIIELLE PROVINCIALE.
LES OONNEES DANS LBS GROUPES '0'ETHSONTRECUEILLIES AUPRES O'CHANTILLONS PLUS PETITS El PEUVENT ETHE UTILES DANS
GARDE El EXPLICATION.
CERTAINSCAS; ELLES NE SONT CEPENDANT PAS ASSEZ FABLES POURTRE LJTLLISES SANS RISE EN
J• NE 001 VENT PAS ETRA PUBLIEES OU DIFFUSEES.
LBS DONNEES DANS LA CATG0RIE
VOIR LBS NOTES AU DOS OE CEITE PUBLICATION POUR PLUS 01 RENSEIGNEMENTS SUR LES ERREURS DECHANIILLONNAGES.
0
TABLE 47. ESTIMATES BY ECONOMIC REGION
61
TAbLESU 4. ESTIMATIONS SELON LA REGION ECONOMIQUE
JULY - 1978 -
JUILLET
LABOUR FORCE
.
NOTIN
LABOUR
FORCE
-
POPULATION ACTIVE
POPULATI ON
EMPLOYMENT
TOTALEMPLOI
UNENFLOYIMINT
I CH0MAGE
-
-
POPULATION
INACTIVE
THOUSANDS - MILLIERS
TENRE-NEUVE
NEWFOUNDLAND REGION(S) 01
02 03
04
P.1. I. - .- P.-E............
N.S. - N.-E REGION(S) 21 22
23 24
25
.
QUEBEC
REGION(S) 41 42
43 44
45 46
47
48
40K 44
k,jlNISI 50
E NFL OYME N TI
P OPJ L AT I ON
RATIO
-
TAUXO'ACTIVITE
TAX DI
CHAGE
OM
RAPPORT
EMPLOI /
FOPJ LAT ION
PER CENT-POURCE
57.7 C
61.7 C
53.0 E
59.2 0
52.6E
4
32
04.1 C
7.71
59.1
39
13
8
4
4
10
243
56
48
32
39
66
6L.4 C
56.6 0
55.9 0
57.8 0
57.3 0
67.9 C
10.6 0
17.8 F
12.5E
9.0 F
8.6 F
7.1
54.1
46.5
48.9
52.6
52.4
63.1
36
10
10
7
5
4
205
58
46
48
25
25
55.7 C
55.2 0
59.8 0
61.8 C
64.20
57.3Ii
12.0
14.5
13.9
8.5
10.5
12.6
F
E
F
F
52.0
47.1
51.5
56.5
59.3
50.1
3,013 2,710
84
102
102
121
415
438
170
196
99
92
1,104 1,602
120
106
49
41
45
52
303
18
20
38
25
7
161
14
12
7
1,800
69
90
290
127
03
11000
72
41
29
es.6 B
55,4 0
57.3 0
62.1C
61.7 0
60.9 0
63.8 B
62.3 0
60.0 0
64.2 0
10.1 0
17.4F
10.3 F
7.9 1
13.0 F
7.2 F
9.2 0
11.0F
20.2 F
13.1 H
56.3
49.1
48.0
57.2
52.8
56.5
58.0
55.0
47.9
55.8
4,404 4,088
104
107
468
508
200
220
1,751 1,638
444
481
273
256
258
239
299
278
248
227
233
210
316
2,018
49
238
119
742
238
115
134
122
109
137
66.6 A
68.7 0
68.2 C
64.9 C
70.2 B
62.8 C
70.4 C.
65.7 C
71.1C
69.5 0
62.9 0
7.2 0
2.6 H
7.9
9.0 F
6.5 1
7.6
0.2 F
7.6 F
7.2F
8.3 F
10.0 F
83.7
06.9
62.8
59.0
65.7
61.8
88.0
60.8
66.0
63.8
56.6
65.6 B
62.9 C
61.40
61.2 0
67.3 C
4.4 I
3.0 F
... G
5.9 0
7.3E
61.4
80.6
59.4
57.6
62.4
58
53
614
130 0
110 0
75 0
90 0
205 C
371
74
61
43
52
139
332
61
54
39
47
129
509
130
115
127
73
60
0
0
D
E
0
304
12
69
78
49
34
268
61
59
72
43
30
4,813
171
211
765
323
162
2,163
192
102
81
E
E
0
E
0
C
E
F
1
6,421
156 E
746 0
339 D
2,493 C
719 0
388 0
392 0
421 0
357 0
370 0
90
UNEMPLOYMINT RATE
163
62
17
33
47
222
100
20
48
52
188
85
17
39
44
0
1
E
F
N.E. - N.-B ...................
REGION(S) 31
32 33
34 35
ONTARIO
385
162
37
81
99
PART[CIPATtON
RATE
34
15
...
9
8
...
40
20
113
36
17
19
21
20
23
15.4 1
15.0
11.8F
18.3F
14.9 F
48.8
52.4
46.8
48.4
44.8
MANITOBA
63 1. 04
REGION(S) 61,02,
65
K 68
66 67
757
187
56
45
451
0
D
E
C
496
118
34
28
303
465
113
33
26
281
...
22
281
69
22
18
147
SASKATCHEWAN REGION(S) 71 73
72,74, 75 1 7o
701
211 E
103 0
315 D
457
140
109
201
438
134
104
193
19
6
5
8
243
71
54
114
65.3
60.4
67.0
83.8
B
C
C
C
4.2 E
4.1F
4.8 F
3.8
62.5
63.0
83.8
61.4
985
155
317
119
389
939
147
303
114
370
46
8
15
4
19
414
79
124
51
196
70.4
60.2
71.8
70.1
71.3
8
C
C
0
C
4.7 1
5.1 F
4.6 F
3.7 0
5.0F
87.1
62.8
68.5
67.5
67.8
96
689
13
26
64
22
350
138
35
12
65.3 8
64.0 R
57.1 0
57.4 0
69.5 0
60.9 C
61.6 0
69.5 0
76.4 0
7.6 0
7.1 H
8.0 0
7.6F
8.8G
7.2
8.3 1
9.5 0
0.5 H
60.3
59.5
53.1
53.1
63.4
62.1
56.4
82.9
71.5
ALBERTA
REGiON(S) 81.
82 K 85
83
84,
871 88
80
B.C. - C.-B ..................
REGION(S) 91
92 93
94
95
96
97
981 99
1,400
234
442
169
545
B
F
F
1
1.929
37 F
62 F
150 E
73 E
E.j58 C
358 0
116 F
49 E
1,280 1,183
24
22
36
33
79
86
46
51
708
656
221
202
81
73
37
35
32
4
...
...
...
7
4
51
18
8
...
NOT El BECAUSE THE LABOUR FORCE SAMPLE IS DESIGNED AND WEIGHTED AT THE PROVINCIAL LEVEL, CAUTION SIBIULD BE USED IN THE INTERPRETATION OF MONTH-TO-MONTH CHANGES IN THE SUB-PROVINCIAL ESTIMATES OF POPULATION, EMPLOYMENT AND UNEMPLOYMENT.
DATA IN THE '0' AND 'H' GROUP ARE BASED ON SMALLER SAMPLES. AND ALTHOUGH USEFUL FOR SOME PURPOSES, ARE NOT RELIABLE ENOUGH
TO BE USED WITHOUT CAUTION AND QUALIFICATION.
DATA IN THE '3' CATEGORY ARE REGARDED AS UMJSABLE AND THEREFORE ARE NOT RELEASED.
SEE NOTES AT THE BACK OF THIS PUBLICATION FOR OSCRIPTION AND NAP OF THE ACONOHIC RsUIONS, ANO FOR fURTHER INFORMATION
ON SAMPLING ERROR,
NOTAI IL FAUT ETRE PRUDENT LORSQUIL S'AGIT O)NTERPRTRR LES VARIATIONS MENSUELLES,DESJSTINATIONS INFRAPROVINCIALES DI LA
POPULATION, DI L'EMPLOI IT DU CHCMAGE, CAR LHANTILLON EST TIR ET PONDER A L'ECHELLE FROVINCIALE.
LES DONNEES OANS LES GROUPAS G ET 'H SONT RECUELLLIES AUPRS O'ECHANTIJLONS PLUS PETIT5 ET PEUVENT CTRE UTILES DAMS
CERTAINS CASI ELLES NE SONT CEPENDANT PAS ASSEL FIABLES POUR, ETRE UTILISEES SANS MISE EN GARDE ET EXPLICATION.
EES DONNE8S DAMS LA CATGORIE '.1' NE DCI VENT P65 g'TRE PUBLIEES DU DIFFUSEES.
E1R LES NOTES AU DOS DI CETTE PUBLICATION POUR JNE DESCRIPTION DES ZONES OEOGRAPHLQUE5 CONTENUES DAMS LES GROUPBS DES
POUR PLUS SE RENSEIGNEMENTS SUR LES ERREURS O'ECHANTILLONNAGES.
62
TABLE 48. STUDENT DATA
TA8LEAU 48. OONN(ES SUP LBS ETUDIANTS
JULY - 1978 - JUILLET
- ---- ----- --------- -------------------UNEMPLOY PARTICIEMPLOYR If
LABOUR MENTPAllORPOPULATI
FORCEEMPLOYEDUNEMPLOYED RATERATERATIO
POPULATION --
POPULATION PERSONNES CHOMEUPS TALAX DETAUXRAPPORT
ACTIVEOCCUPES
CHOMAGEDACTIVITEEMPLOI/
POPULAT ION
THOUSANDS - MILLIERS RETURNING STUDENTSI1I
PER CENT - POURCENTAGE
- ETUDIANTS RETO&NANjJ)
BOTH SEXES - LES DEUX SIXES
15- 24 YES - ANS ............................
15 - 19 YES - ANS ............................
20- 24 YRS - INS ............................
1,723
1,412
251
1103
894
209
935
746
189
168
148
20
15.3
16.6
9.1
64.0
60,1
83.3
54.3
50.1
75.3
905
757
148
632
505
127
537
422
115
95
83
12
15.1
16.5
9.2
69.8
06.7
65.7
59.3
55.7
77.8
............................
818
715
103
471
389
82
398
324
73
73
65
8
15.5
16.6
10.4
57.6
54.4
79.9
48.7
45.4
71.6
NEWFOUNDLAND - TERRE-NEUVE PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND - fJE-DU-PRINC&-EDOUARO
NOVA SCOTIA - NOUVELLE-ECO5SE .................
NEW BRUNSWICK - NOUVEAU-BRUNSWICK .............
QUEREC ........................................
ONTARIO .......................................
MANITOBA ......................................
SASKATCHEWAN ..................................
ALBERTA .......................................
BRITISH COLUMBIA - COLOMBIE-BRITANNIOUE .......
32
10
61
53
466
666
68
63
136
169
14
7
36
30
249
474
44
43
98
107
10
7
29
25
2C5
405
39
40
86
89
27.7
32.4
68.6
47.9
46.4
44.0
63.8
57.1
63.3
63.4
52.7
389
244
145
311
190
121
E.
195
118
76
194
126
69
MEN - HOMMES
15-24 YRS - ANS
15- 19 YRS - INS
20 - 24 YES - INS
WOMEN - FEMMES
15 - 24 YRS - INS
15- 19 YES - INS
20 - 24 YES - ENS
............................
............................
............................
............................
............................
4
...
...
12
is
12.3
11.1
44.1
73.4
56.1
56.6
53.6
71.2
04.0
68.6
12.2
63.5
248
141
101
63
43
20
20.3
22.8
16.4
80.0
78.1
83.3
163
96
67
133
78
55
30
18
12
18.5
16.9
18.0
83.7
81.3
87.4
11.
148
94
54
115
69
46
33
25
B
22.3
26.8
14.4
76.4
75.1
78.8
59.4
55.0
67.4
...
.
72.3
7E.6
84.1
75.9
10.4
86.1
85.1
81.4
85.6
8.5
48.4
...
...
6
5
44
69
5
11.6
18.0
11.8
14.5
11.6
QTHR ITU00T5(2) - AUTRS ATUDIANTS(Z)
BOTH SEXES - LES DEUX SEXES
15-24IRS-ANS..............................
5 - 19IRS-INS.............................
20-24YES-INS.............................
MEN - HOMMES
15-24YES-ANS..............................
15-19YRS-INS..............................
20-24YRS-885..............................
WOMEN - FEMMES
15-24IRS-AND.............................
05-19YES-ANS.............................
20- 24YES-ANS.............................
NEWFOUNDLAND - TEREE-NE&4VE ......................
PRINCE EDWARD ISLANU - 1JE-UU-PRINCE-IOOU8RO .
NOVASCOTIA - NOUVELLE-ECOSSE ..................
NEW BRUNSWICK - NOUVEAU-BRUNSWICK ..............
QOEBEC
UNTARIO ........................................
MANITObA .......................................
ASKATCHEWAN ...................................
ALBERTA ........................................
BRITISH CCJLUMEIA - 0010118I1-BRIYANNIGJUE
.........................................
S
.
13
9
6
...
...
...
15
13
108
132
17
lB
31
41
13
10
76
113
14
15
26
34
10
7
51
91
12
13
23
28
...
...
..
...
...
...
...
19
23
21.2
14.9
5
15.6
...
...
...
...
...
...
67.7
56.2
52.7
68.9
70.2
70.2
74.7
68.8
(1)PERSONS lORD 15-24 WHO ATTENDED SCHOOL FULL-JIME_IN MARCH AND WHO ARE PLANNING TO RETURN TO SCHOOL IN THE AUTUMN.
PERSCJNNES AGRES OR15 A 24QUI ONT FRQUENTE LECOLE A PLE1N TEMPS EN MARSEl QUI 081 LINIANTIDN DR REICURNER AUX ETUDES 7
C AUT OMNE.
21PERSUNS AGED 15-24 WHO ATTENDED SCHOOLIN MARCH AND WHO ARE NOT PLANNING TO RETUBN, OR WHO ARE NOT CERTAIN OF AETURNINO TO
SCHOOL IN THE AUTUMN.
PIRSORNES AGEES OE 15A 24 QUI ONT PREQUENTE LECOLE '& PLEIN TEMPS EN MARS£101)1
PAS L1NTENTION DR RETOURNER, 3U Jul NE
SONT PAS CERIAIFI5 DE RETOURNEEARIA ETUDES A L'AUTOMNE.
---
RONT
0
TABLE48.
STuDANT DATA
TABLEAU 48. DONNEES StiR LES eTUDIANTS
JULY - 1977 - JUILLET
.
LAROUR
FORCE
,ULAT ION
-
POPULATION
ACTIRE
J
IEMPLOYED
IIPERSONNES
THOUSANDS
UNEMPLOYEC
C116MEURS
OCCUPES
UNEMPLOYMENT
RATE
TAt,EXE
CHeMAGE
PER CENT -
-MILIIEES
I
PARTICIPATION
PATE
TALlY
DALTIVITA
P1LIRCENTAGE
RETURNING STUCENTSUI- ETUDIANTS RETOUPNRNTS(1J
BOIl-SEXES - LBS DEUX SEXES
15-24lBS-845............................. ... 1,734
15-19y85-845............................... 1,458
20-24yES-ANS................................. 27t,
1027
OAt,
221
923
721
202
164
144
19
15.1
16.7
8.7
62.7
59.4
80.0
MEN - HOEMES
15-24YES-ASS...................................12
15-19YRS-ASS..................................747
20-24YES-ASS.................................. 165
o16
482
134
523
402
120
93
80
13
15.1
16.5
9.9
67.5
44.5
81.2
WOMEN - FEMMES
15 - 2 4YES-ASS.................................. 822
15-19YES-ASS.................................710
20 - 24 YES -*41................................. 112
471
364
87
435
319
31
71
AS
15.0
16.8
7.3
51.3
54.0
78.3
NEWFOUNCLANC - TERRE-NEUVE
36
10
PRINCEEDWARDISLAND -ILE-0U-PRINCE-EODUARD
NOVASCOTIA - NOUVELLE-ECOSSE...................... 63
NEWBRUNSWICK -ECUVEAO-ARUNSWIC.lK ................... 52
QUSEEC............................................. 462
ONTARIO............................................ 676
MANITOBA........................................... 11
SASIKATCHEWA% ....................................... 63
ALBERTA .............................................129
BRIIISH COLUMBIA -COLOFBIE-BBITANNICUF
112
16
7
39
29
251
445
48
42
91
1.18
13
7,
52
22
201
388
43
38
79
101
.
.
7
7
49
58
5
4
11
17
...
...
18.6
23.3
19.7
13.0
11.0
9.4
12.6
14.6
44.2
72.4
62.1
55.5
54.3
66.0
68.2
55.9
70.3
58.7
BOTHSEXES - LOS DEUX SEXES
15-24YES -ANS..................................439
15-19YS-ASS.................................. 26)
.0-24YES-ASS................................. 172
351
208
142
278
156
122
73
5
20
20.7
25.1
14.3
80.6
79.2
82.8
HCMMES
24 YES-ASS................................. 211
-19YES -ANS..................................15
-24SRI -*45................................... 86
184
101,
77
146
80
56
38
27
11
20.7
25.1
14.6
87.1
84.9
90.2
- FEMMES
!--24YES-AN'.................................. 224
-19YES-ASS.................................. 138
.0-24YRT-ASS...................................87
167
102
65
132
76
56
35
26
S
20.8
25.1
13.9
74.5
74.0
75.3
11
7
."
4
33.9
71.4
11
89
114
16
20
39
8
65
92
14
16
36
28
.. .
03
22
. ..
4
. ..
8
.. .
26.6
18.9
82.2
74.2
81.5
78.5
85.0
91.4
85.2
..
..
OTHER STUCENTS - AUTRES TUOI8N15
-
NEWFOUNDLAND - TEPAR-NEUVE........................... 15
PSISCEEC.A'1'LXSr-1LY1I11t11-ECfloXO.
NOVASCCT1-5jALLL-ECS ........................
NEWBRUNSWICK-S7,AEAU-590'.'WICK .................... 14
QUEBEI..............................................120
ONTARIO............................................. 140
MANITOBA............................................ 21
SASRATCHEWAN ........................................ 24
ALBERTA ..............................................43
BRITISH C3LUMEIA - COLOMRIE-BRITANNIQUE
...
19.5
...
22.2
(iiPERSONS AGED0E-24 WHO ATTENDED SCHOOL FULI-JJME IN MARCH AND WHO ARE PLANNING TO RETURN TO SCHOOL IN THE AUTUMN.
PEBSCENES ZGEESCl15.24 0U1ONTFREQUENTELECOLEA PLEIN TOMES EN MARS ET QuI ONT LINTENTICP7 OE RETCURNER AUX ETUDES A
L 'AUTCMNE.
(21PERSONSAGED58-24WHO ATTENDED SCHOOL IN PARCH AND WHO ARA NOTPLANN1t010ROTURII, OR WHO ARJOT C7I1TAIN OF RTURNIEJO TO
SCHOOLINill. AUTUMN.
PERSONNEl
GES 01 15 A 24 QUI CNT FREQUENTE LYCCLE PLUS TEMPS EN MARS El 01)1 NONTP85 LINTENTION DE RETOURNER, Du1121NE
SONY PAl CERTAINS 01 RETOUREiER, AUX ETUDES A I'AUTOMNE.
I
[1
0
•-
40
CL C
population active
The statistics contained in this report
are based on information obtained through a
sample survey of households. Interviews are
carried out in about 56,000 representative
households across the country.
La statistique publi€e ici est fonde sur
une enqu€te mensuelle mene auprs d'environ 56,000
Inénages représentatifs dans tout le pays.
The Labour Force Survey, started in
November 1945, was taken at quarterly intervals until November 1952. Since then it has
been carried out monthly.
L'enquéte sur la population active, lancée
en novembre 1945, a eu lieu A intervalles de trois
mois jusqu'A novembre 1952. Depuis lors, elle a
lieu tous les tnois.
Beginning in January 1976, following
more than 3 years of development, substantial
revisions to the labour force survey were
introduced. Details of these changes are
available on request from the Labour Force
Survey Division, Statistics Canada.
Aprs plus de 3 ans d'élaboration, des changements importants ont été apportés B l'enqu€te
sur la population active, B partir de janvier 1976.
Des details de ces changements sont disponibles
sur demande B la Division de l'enqute sur la population active de Statistique Canada.
Estimates of employment, unemployment
and non-labour force activity refer to the
specific week covered by the survey each
month, normally the week containing the
15th day.
Les estimations du nombre de personnes occupëes, du nombre de ch6meurs et du nombre d'inactifs
portent sur la semaine de référence de l'enquéte
tnensuelle, habituellement la semaine incluant le
l5e jour du inois.
The sample used in the surveys of the
hour force has been designed to represent
uli persons in the population 15 years of
u:o and over residing in Canada, with the
:.:ception of the following: residents of the
Yukon and Northwest Territories, persons
living on Indian reserves, inmates of institutions and full-time members of the armed
forces.
L'échantillon retenu dans les enqutes sur
la population active représente toutes les personnes de 15 ans et plus résidant au Canada, a l'exception des residents du Yukon et des Territoires
du Nord-Ouest, des personnes vivant dans des réserves indiennes, des pensionnaires d'institutions
et des membres B plein tetnps des Forces armées.
A comprehensive description of the
design of the Labour Force Survey, can be
found in Methodology of the Canadian Labour
Force Survey, Statistics Canada, Catalogue
No. 71-526, Ottawa, 1976.
On trouvera une explication détaillée de la
méthodologie de l'enquéte sur la population active
dams Méthodoloie de l'enaute sur la 000ulation
active du Canada, Statistique Canada no 71-526 F
au catalogue, Ottawa, 1976.
Definitions and Explanations
Definitions et explications
Labour Force
Population active
The labour force is composed of that
portion of the civilian non-institutional
population 15 years of age and over who,
during the reference week, were employed or
unemployed.
La population active comprend la partie de
is population civile hors institution igge de 15
ans et plus qui avait un emploi ou était en ch6mage pendant Is setnaine de référence.
Employed
Personnes occupées
The employed includes all persons who,
during the reference week:
Entrent dams cette catégorie toutes lea personnes qui, pendant la semaine de référence:
(a) did any work 1 at all
1) ud
a job but were not at work due to:
- own illness or disability
- personal or family responsibilities
a) ont fait un travail 3- quelconque
b) avaient un emploi mais n'étaient pas au travail pour l'une des causes sulvantes:
- maladie ou invalidité
- obligations personnelles ou familiales
1) See footnote at end of "Notes" section.(1) VoIr la référence B la fin de la section "Nota".
M
.
-
bad weather
labour dispute
vacation
other reason not specified above (excludes persons on layoff and persons
whose job attachment was to a job to
start at a definite date in the future).
-
mauvais temps
conflit du tray
vacances
autre raison no.'.
ception des personnes misespied et des
personnes qul devaient commencer a travaillerune date future déterminée).
Unemployed
Ch6tneurs
The unemployed includes those persons
who during the reference week:
(a) were without work, had actively looked
for work in the past four weeks (ending
with reference week), and were available 2 for work.
(b) had not actively looked for work in the
past four weeks but had been on layoff 3
for twenty six weeks or less and were
available 2 for work.
Entrent dans cette catégorie les personnes
qui, pendant la semaine de référence:
a) étaient sans travail, avaient activement cherché du travail au cours des quatre dernières
semaines (y compris la semaine de référence)
et étaient prtes travailler 2 .
b) n'avaient pas activement cherché de travail
au cours des quatre derniares semaines, mais
avaient été mises a pied 3 depuis ving-six
senaines ou moms et étalent prtes travail1er 2 .
c) n'avaient pas activement cherché de travail
au cours des quatre dernières semaines, mais
devaient commencer a travailler a un nouvel
emploi dans quatre semalnes ou moms a compter
de la semaine de référence et étaient prtes
travaiiier 2 .
(c) had not actively looked for work in the
past four weeks but had a new job to
start in four weeks or less from reference week, and were available 2 for
work.
Not in the Labour Force
Tn,,t-1 f
That portion of the civilian non-institutional population 15 years of age and over
who, during the reference week were neither
employed nor unemployed.
Les inactifs constituent la partie de la
pulation civile hors institution egée de 15 ans
plus qui n'avaient pas d'emploi mais n'étaient
en ch6mage pendant la semaine de référence.
Unemployment Rate
Taux de ch6mage
The unemployment rate represents the
number of unemployed persons as a per cent
of the labour force. The unemployment rate
for a particular group (age, sex, marital
status, etc.) is the unemployment in that
group expressed as a per cent of the labour
force for that group.
Le taux de ch&nage représente le nombre de
chémeurs en pourcentage de la population active.
Le taux de chmage d'un groupe particulier (ege,
sexe, état matrimonial, etc.) est le ch6mage de ce
groupe exprimé en pourcentage de la population active du mme groupe.
Participation Rate
Taux d'activité
The participation rate represents the
labour force as a percentage of the population 15 years of age and over. The participation rate for a particular group (age, sex,
marital status, etc.) is the labour force in
that group expressed as a percentage of the
population for that group.
Le taux d'activité représente la population
active en pourcentage de la population de 15 ans
et plus. Le taux d'activité d'un groupe particuher (ege, sexe, état matrimonial, etc.) est ha
population active de ce groupe exprimée en pourcentage de la population du mme groupe.
Employment/Population Ratio
Rapport emploi/population
The employment/population ratio represents employment as a percentage of the
population 15 years of age and over. The
employment/population ratio for a particular
group (age, sex, marital status, etc.) is
the employment in that group expressed as
a percentage of the population for that grou
Le rapport emploi/population représente
l'emploi en pourcentage de la population de 15
ans et plus. Le rapport emploi/population d'un
groupe particulier (ége, sexe, état matrimi.
de c's czrccupc' c'pri111
tc.' - st I 'cj)lC
(2), (3) See footnotes at end of "Notes" ,.
section. S
..
section "Nota".
.:.
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dustry and Occupation
The Labour Force Survey provides infornation about the occupation and industry attachment of the employed and unemployed. In
this report, tables are given relating to the
employed by industry and occupation. These
statistics are based on the 1971 Census Classification of Occupations and the 1970 Standard Industrial Classification.
Branche d'activité et profession
L'enqute sur la population active fournit
des renseignements sur is profession et la branche
d'activitê des personnes occupées et des ch6meurs.
Le present bulletin contient des tableaux relatifs
aux personnes occupées par branche d'activitê et
par profession. Ces statistiques sont fondées sur
la Classification des professions du recensement
de 1971 et sur la Classification des activités
économiques de 1970.
The Unemployed: Family Data
Las ch6meurs: Statistique familiale
A family is defined as "a group of two
or more persons who are living together in
the same dwelling and who are related by
blood, marriage or adoption". A person living alone or who is related to no one else
in the dwelling where he lives is classified
as an "unattached individual". The head of
a family is determined by the respondent's
perception of headship and as such is solely
a statistical device which has no economic
connotation. (A more detailed description
of the derivation of family data is available on request.)
Une famille eat "un groupe de deux personnes
et plus qui vivent ensemble dans le mme logement
et qui sont apparentëes par le sang, le manage ou
l'adoption". Une personne qui vit seule ou qui
n'est apparente a aucun occupant du logement oti
elle demeure eat classée comme "personne seule'.
On établit qui est le "chef de famille" en demandantl'enquété qui est, selon lul, la personne
qui joue ce réle. Ce concept n'a aucune connotation économique; 11 ne s'agit que dun mécanisme
statistique. (On peut obtenir sur demande une
description plus détaillée du calcul des données
sur les families.)
Rounding
Arrondissement
The "normal" rounding procedure is used
a the Labour Force Survey. Unadjusted pariicipation and unemployment rates and annual
verages are calculated from unrounded figurs (i.e., estimates in units), but published
figures are rounded to thousands. Therefore
the sum of individual rounded items may not
always equal the total.
On se sert de la procedure d'arrondissement
"normal" dams l'enquête sur la population active.
Les taux d'activitf at de chômage non ajustCs et
lea moyenries annuelles sont calculés A partir de
chiffres non arrondis (c'est-à-dire des estimations
en unites). Cependant, les estimations publides
sont arrondies en inilliers. La somme des composantes individuelles n'est pas toujours égale au
total a cause de l'arrondissement.
Reference dates
Dates de réfdremce
As mentioned in the first paragraph of
these notes, the estimates derived from the
Labour Force Survey refer to a specified week
covered by the survey each rioith. The following table gives the reference weeks for the
years 1976, 1977 and 1978 inclusive.
Coinme il était mentionné dans le premier
paragraphe, les estimations tirées de lenqute
sur la population active se rapportent a une semaiprecise qui sert de référence chaque mois. Le
tableau ci-après indique lea seniaines de reference
pour las années 1976, 1977 et 1978 inclusivement.
197819771976
week ended - semaines terminées
January - Janvier .......................................
February - Février ......................................
March - Mars ............................................
A:ril - Avrii ...........................................
- Mai...............................................
.ine - Juin .............................................
J uly - Juillet ..........................................
\lt4ust - Aoat ...........................................
Jptember - Septembre ...................................
October - Octobre .......................................
November - Novembre .....................................
December - Décembre .....................................
14
18
18
15
20
17
15
19
16
14
11
9
15
19
19
16
21
18
16
20
17
15
12
10
17
21
20
17
15
19
17
21
18
16
13
11
Seasonal Adjustment
Désaisonnalisat ioi
Fluctuations in economic time series
are caused by seasonal, cyclical and irregular movements. A seasonally-adjusted series
is one from which seasonal movements have
been eliminated. Seasonal movements are defined as those which are caused by regular
annual events such as climate, crop cycles,
holidays and vacation periods. It should be
noted that the seasonally-adjusted series
contains irregular as well as longer-term
cyclical fluctuations.
Les fluctuations de series
dconomiques sont causêes par des rnouve[nnts Salsonniers, cycliques et irréguliers. Une série dsaisonnalisée est une série dont on a éliminé les
effets des mouvements saisonniers. Les mouvememts
saisonniers sont ceux qui sont causes par des évdnements annuels réguliers comme les changements de
temperature, les cycles agricoles et les vacances.
A noter que la série désaisonnalisée contient des
fluctuations irrégulires ainsi que des fluctuations cycliques a long terme.
The seasonal-adjustment program is a
complicated computer program which differentiates between these seasonal, trend and
irregular movements in a series over a number of years and, on the basis of past movements, estimates appropriate seasonal factors
for current data. On an annual basis, the
entire historic series of seasonally-adjusted
data is revised in light of the most recent
information on changes in seasonality. These
annual revisions are published each year in
"Historical labour force statistics - actual
data, seasonal factors, seasonally-adjusted
data" (Catalogue No. 71-201).
Le programme de désaisonnalisation est un
programme infortnatique complexe qui permet de déceler les mouvements saisonniers, tendanclels et
irréguliers au cours d'une période de plusieurs
années et, A la luinière des mouvements passes,
d'estimer les coefficients saisonniers appropriéc
pour l'année en cours. Sur une base annuelle,
toute la série chronologique des données ddsaisontlisees est révisée
la lumière des renseignements
les plus récents sur les changements de saisonnalité. Ces rectifications sont publiées chaque
année dans "Statistiques chronologiques sur la population active - chiffres reels, facteurs saisonniers et données désaisonnalisées" (no 71-201 au
catalogue).
Canada and provincial total employment,
unemployment and labour force, seasonallyadjusted, are derived by the summation of the
appropriate and where available seasonallyadjusted figures for men 15-24, men 25+, women
15-24, and women 25+. The participation rate
is seasonally-adjusted by the 'indirect" method, i.e. the sun of the seasonally-adlusted
employment and unemployment as a per cent of
the population. Rounded figures are used as
input for seasonal adjustment, except for some
small series.
Le total désaisonnalisé de l'emploi du chmage et de la population active du Canada et de
provinces est tire de la somme des chiffres désa
sonnalisés appropriês
oi ils sont disponibles
pour les hommes de 15-24, les hommes de 25+, les
feninies de 15-24 et les femmes de 25+. Le taux
d'activltê est désaisonmailsé par la méthode "indirecte", c'est-a-dire la sonune de l'emploi et du
ch6mage ddsaisonnalisés comme pourcentage de la
population. On se sert de chiffres arrondis pour
l'ajustenient saisonnier, sauf pour quelques series
moms considérables.
Reliability of data
a
ia
Fiebilité des dommées
Sampling Error
Erreur d' dchant illonnae
The estimates in this rcport are based
on a sample of households. Somewhat different
figures might have been obtained if a complete
census had been taken using the same questionnaires, interviewers, supervisors, processing methods, etc. as those actually used
in the Labour Force Survey. This difference
is called the sampling error of the estimates.
In the design and processing of the Labour
Force Survey extensive efforts have been made
to minimize the sampling error. The sampling
error (expressed as a per cent of the estimate
it refers to) is not the same for all estimates; of two estimates the larger one will 11kely have a smaller per cent sampling error
and of two estimates of the same size the one
referring to a characteristic more evenly
distributed throughout the population will
Les estimations présentées ici sont fondées
sur un échantillon de ménages. On aurait pu obtenir des chiffres légèrenent différents si on avait
fait un recensement complet
l'aide des mêmes
questionnaires, des mmes enquteurs, des mêmes
méthodes d'exploitation, etc. que ceux qu'on a
effectivenient utilisés pour l'enqute sur la population active. Cette difference s'appelle l'erreur
d'échantillonnage. Dana le plan et la mise en oeuvre de l'enqute sur la population active, rien n'a
ete negligé pour réduire au minimun l'erreur d'échantillonnage. L'erreur d'échantillonnage (exprime en pourcentage de l'estimation visée) n'est
pas la même pour toutes lea estimations; de deux
estimations, la plus forte comporte vraisemblablement la plus faible erreur d'échantillonnage et de
ir
deux estimations du mme ordre, celle qui porte
la caractéristique la plus uniformétnent répartie
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.
.
tend to have a smaller per cent sampling
v:riability. Also, estimates relating to age
and sex are usually more reliable than other
estimates of comparable size.
dams la population prësente ordinairement le pourcentage le moThs élevd de variabilitd due a l'êchantillonnage. De mme, les estimations relatives a
l'âge et au sexe sont habituellement plus fiables
que d'autres estimations de taille comparable.
Data based on very small samples are
not publis1ed and are Indicated in the tables
by ( ... ).
Les données provenant d'échantillons tras
réduits ne sont pas publiées; dams les tableaux,
elles sont remplacdes par le signe (. ..).
Non-sampling Errors
Erreur non due
Errors which are not related to sampling may occur at almost every phase of a
survey operation. Interviewers may misunderstand instructions, respondents may make errors in answering questions, the answers may
be incorrectly entered on the questionnaires
and errors may be introduced in the processing and tabulations of the data. All these
errors are called non-sampling errors. Some
of the non-sampling errors will usually balance out over a large number of observations
but systematically occuring errors will contribute to biases. Non-sampling errors can
be reduced by a careful design of questionnaires, intensive training and supervision
of interviewers and a thorough control of the
processing operation. In general, the more
personal and more subjective inquiries are
ibject to larger errors. Also, data referr rig to persons with less stable labour force
eratus will have relatively large non-sampling
ro rs.
D'autres erreurs, qui n'ont pas trait A l'échantillonnage, peuvent se produire a presque toutes les étapes d'une enquke. Les enquteurs peuvent mal comprendre les instructions, les enquêtés
peuvent donner des réponses erronées, les réponses
peuvent tre mal notes sur lea questionnaires et
d'autres erreurs peuvent Btre commises lore de
l'exploitation et de la totalisation des données.
Toutes ces erreurs s'appellent des erreurs non dues
a l'échantillonnage. Certaines des erreurs non
dues a l'échantillonnage s'annulent aprés un grand
nombre d'observations, mais les erreurs systématiques engendrent des biais. Il est possible de réduire ce genre d'erreurs par une redaction soigriée
des questionnaires, par une formation et une surveillance intensives des enquteurs et par un contr6le serré de l'exploitation. En général, plus
les questions prennent un caractére personnel et
subjectif, plus lee erreurs sont considérables.
De mme, les données relatives a des personnes dont
la situation est moms stable présenteront un nombre relativement élevé d'erreurs non dues a l'échant illonnage.
Other Factors
Autres facte
Further limitations of the data, including problems of seasonal adjustment, irregularities and rounding are discussed in the
article, "The Meaning, Uses and Limitations
of the Unemployment Statistics" published in
the July 1972 edition of the Canadian Statisti'al Rvw
D'autres limitations concernant les données,
tels les problèmes de désaisonnalisation, lee irrégularités et l'arrondissement des chiffres, sont
étudiés dans l'article "Signification, utilisations
et limitations des statistiques sur le ch6mage"
paru dams l'édition de juillet 1972 de la Revue
stat istique du Canada.
Indicators of Standard Deviation
Indicateurs de l'écart t
The sampling error, as described above,
is not known. A quantity, called the standard
deviation, can however be estimated from samph. data itself. The standard deviation of
an estimate is a statistical measure of its
sampling error. It also partially measures
the effect on non-sampling errors, but does
not reflect any systematic biases in the
data. The chances are about 68 out of 100
that the difference between a sample estimate
and the corresponding census figure would be
1ss than the standard deviation. The chances
re about 95 Out of 100 that the difference
nu1d be less than twice the standard deviaion and about 99 out of 100 that it would
less than 2 1/2 times as large.
L'erreur d'échantillonnage, décrite ci-dessus
n'est pas connue. Toutefois, Il est possible d'estimer une quantité, appelée l'écart type, A partir
des données mëmes du sondage. L'écart type d'une
estimation est une mesure statistique de son erreur
d'dchantillonnage. Ii mesure aussi partiellement
l'effet des erreurs non dues a l'échantillonnage,
mais ne reflète pas les biais syscématiques. Ii
y a une probabilité de 68 % que la difference entre
une estimation fondée cur un échantillon et le
chiffre reel correspondant soit inférieure a l'écart type. Ii y a une probabilité de 95 Z que la
difference soit moms de deux Lois l'écart type et
d'environ 99 % qu'elle soit moms de deux Lois et
demi d'écart type.
a
l'échantillonnage
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Alphabetic symbols of standard deviation are used in this publication to give an
indication of the reliability of the estimates and are based on a 12-month averaue of
the per cent standard deviations in the previous calendar year.
Des symboles littéraux de l'écart type Sol
utilisés dans ce bulletin comme Indicateurs do
fiabilité des estimations et sont fondés sur un
moyenne de douze mois des écarts types exprimds
pourcentage pour l'année civile précddente.
The letter "A" indicates that the estimate is very reliable; the letter "B" indicates that the data is reliable but to a somewhat lesser degree than the "A" category; and
so on. Generally, published estimates are
in the categories "A" to "F" and should be
considered reliable enough for most purposes. Some data with a higher variability (in
the "G" and "H" categories) re reliable
enough for some purposes, ho'ever they should
be used with great caution. Therefore, in
any subsequent use, specific reference should
be made to the higher sampling variability
of data in the "G" and "H" categories.
La lettre "A" indique qu'il s'agit d'une estimation trs fiable; la lettre "B", que l'estimation est fiable mais i un degré moindre qu'une estimation de la catégorie "A" et ainsi de suite.
De façon générale, les estimations publiées rentrnt dans les categories "A" i "F" et peuvent étre
consfdêrées comme suffisamment fiables pour la
plupart des utilisations que l'on en fait. Ce bulletin contient également certaines données de variabilité plus élevée (dans les categories "G" et
"H"), la fiabilité de ces derniéres données est
suffisante pour certaines utilisations, ii faut
les traiter avec beaucoup de prudence. Par conséquent, chaque fois qu'on los utiliscra par la suite,
11 faudra préciser que leur variabilité d'échantillonnage est plus élevée.
The letter "J" indicates either that
the estimate has a variability of more than
33.3% and/or is less than 4,000. Estimates
subject to sampling error of this magnitude
are not published.
La lettre "J" indique soit que l'estimation
a une variabilité de plus de 33.3% et/ou que
celle-ci est plus petite que 4,000. Los estimations qui sont sujettes 5 des erreurs d'échantjl
lonnage de cette envergure ne sont pas publiées
The table below shows the alphabetic
categories in terms of their per cent standard
deviations. For example, a letter "B" beside
an estimate indicates that one standard deviation is in the range 0.6 to 1.0% of the estimate.
Le tableau ci-après donne le classement 1
categories selon leur écart type exprimé en pour
centage. Ainsi, la lettre "B" a c6t6 d'une eat
nation signifie qu'un écart type est compris en
0.6 et 1.0% de l'estimation.
Alphabetic designation of per cent standard deviation
Designation littérale de l'écart type exprimé en pourcentage
Alphabetic indicator Symbole littéral
Per cent of estimates
at one standard
deviation
¼ de l'estimation
correspondant a un
dcart type
A
B
C
D
E
F
0.0—0.5%
0.6—1.0%
1.1—2.5%
2.6—5.0%
5.1 - 10.0 ¼
10.1 - 16.5 ¼
C
H
J
16.6 - 25.0 ¼
25.1-33.3%
33.47. +
0
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,ork includes any work for pay or profit.
. ihat is, paid work in the context of an
employer-employee relationship, or selfmployment. It also includes unpaid family
work where unpaid family work is defined as
unpaid work which contributed directly to
the operation of a farm, business or professional practice owned or operated by a
related member of the household.
2. Persons in this group meeting the following criteria are regarded as available:
i) were full-time students seeking parttime work who also met condition (ii)
below. (Full-time students looking
for full-time work are classified as
not available for work in the reference week.)
(ii) reported that there was no reason why
they could not take a job in reference
week, or, if they could not take a
job it was because of "own illness or
disability", "personal or family responsibilities", or already had a job.
1. On entend par "travail" tout travail fait contre
rémunration ou en vue d'un bénéfice, c'est-dire le travail fait contre rémunération pour
un employeur ou A son propre compte. Il peut
également s'agir d'un travail familial non rémunré, c'est-à-dire d'un travail non rémunéré qui
contribue directeinent i l'exploitation d'une
ferme, d'une entreprise ou d'un bureau profes
sionnel, qui est possédé ou exploité par un membre apparenté du ménage.
2. On considère comme prétes A travailler les personnes de ce groupe qui:
( i) étaient étudiants a plein temps cherchant
du travail A temps partiel et qui répondaient également au critre (ii) ci-dessous.
(Lea étudiants A plein temps qui cherchafent
du travail a plein temps ne sont pas considérés comme ayant été prts A travailler
pendant la semaine de référence.)
(ii) ont déclaré qu'il n'y avait aucune raison
pour laquelle elles ne pouvaient prendre
un emploi pendant la semaine de référence;
ou ne pouvaient en prendre un en raison
"d'une maladie ou invalidité",
"d'obligations personnelles ou famihales", ou "parce qu'elles .lvaient
déja un emplol".
'ersons are classified as being on layoff 3. On considre conulic mises i pied su1is Is ,ecnly when they expect to return to the job sonnes qui s'atterident i rint1grer l'etnploi
from which they were laid off, qu'elles occupaient avant d'tre mises A pied.
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Economic Regions
g i on
.
Brief descriptions and maps of the
economic regions are given on the
following pages.
Do brves descriptions et des cartes c1ergions économiques se trouvent aux pages
suivantes.
Newfoundland
Tar r
a
- ?ia,
,va
1:
Economic Region 01 is the
Avalon Peninsula (the southeast corner of Newfoundland).
1:
La region économique 01 est la
presqu'fle Avalon (au sud-est de
Terre-Neuve).
2:
Economic Region 02 is a portion
of the south coast of
Newfoundland, from Port-AuxBasques east to, but not including, the Avalon Peninsula.
2:
La region économique 02 est une bande
de la c6te sud de Terre-Neuve, de
l'est de Port-aux-Basques jusqu'à
la presqu'ile Avalon (non comprise).
3:
Economic Region 03 is the
western part of the island plus
Labrador.
3:
La region économique 03 est la partie ouest de Terre-Neuve et le
Labrador.
4:
Economic Region 04 is the central
portion of the island extending
east to the Atlantic coast.
4:
La region économique 04 est la partie centrale de Terre-Neuve qui
s'étend a l'est iusqnIn cte dc
l'Atlantiquc.
Prince Edward Island
Ile-du-.Prince-Eäouard
10: Economic Region 10 is all of the
Province of Prince Edward Island.
10: La régionéconomique 10 est l'ensemble de lIle-du-Prince-Edouard.
Nova Scotia
Nouvelle-Ecosse
21: Economic Region 21 is the northeastern part of Nova Scotia.
21: La region économique 21 est le nordest de la Nouvelle-Ecosse.
22: Economic Region 22 is situated
along the New Brunswick boundary
and runs east to the coastline
and northeast to Cape Breton
Island.
22: La region économique 22 longe la
frontire du Nouveau-Brunswick et
s'étend a l'est jusqu'à la côte et
au riord-e st jusqu'à l'Ile du CapBreton.
23: Economic Region 23 is the
Annapolis Valley area.
23: La region économique 23 est la vallée
d 'Annapolis.
24: Economic Region 24 is the southwestern portion of the province
bounded by the Bay of Fundy on
the northwest and the Atlantic
Ocean on the south.
24:
La region économique 24 est la partie
sud-ouest de la Nouvelle-Ecosse, 1_imit6e au nord-ouest par la baie de
Fundy et au sud par l'océan Atlantique.
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25: La region économique 25 est le comté
25: Economic Region 25 is the county
d 'Halifax.
of Halifax. New Brunswick
31:Economic Region 31 is bounded on
the north by the Gaspé Peninsula
and Bale des Chaleurs, on the
east by the Gulf of St. Lawrence,
on the south by Region 32 and on
the west by Regions 34 and 35.
N ou v e au-Br un sw I c k
31:La region économique 31 est limitée
au nord par la péninsule de Gaspé et
la bale Des Chaleurs, A l'est par le
golf e Saint-Laurent, au sud par la
region 32 et a l'ouest par les regions
34 et 35.
32: Economic Region 32 is the south- 32: La region économique 32 est située au
east corner of New Brunswick, sud-est de la province: du detroit
bounded by the Northumberland de Northumberland (a l'est) jusqu'â
Strait on the east and by the la baie de Fundy et la NouvelleBay of Fundy and the Province Ecosse (au sud).
of Nova Scotia on the south.
33: Economic Region 33 is the south- 33: La region économique 33 représente la
western part of New Brunswick partie sud-ouest du Nouveau-Brunswick:
and is bounded on the south by limite sud, la baie de Fundy, limite
the Bay of Fundy and on the west ouest, l'état du Maine et limite nord,
by the State of Maine and on the la region 34.
north by Region 34.
.3+: Economic Region 34 is the midwestern part of New Brunswick
bounded on the west by the state
of Maine, and lies between
Regions 33 and 35.
34: La region économique 34 est la partie
centre-ouest du Nouveau-Brunswick qui
est bordée a l'ouest par l'état du
Maine et qui est située entre les
regions 33 et 35.
35: Economic Region 35 is the northwestern part of New Brunswick
bounded on the west by the state
of Maine and on the north by the
province of Quebec.
35: La region économique 35 est la partie
nord-ouest du Nouveau-Brunswick, iimitée a l'ouest par l'état du Maine
et au nord par le Québec.
Quebec
Québec
40: Economic Region 40 is the Quebec
region of Nouveau-Québec.
40: La region économique 40 se compose
du Nouveau-Québec.
41: Economic Region 41 is the Quebec
region Bas-St. Laurent-Gaspésie.
41: La region éconontique 41 comprend le
Bas Saint-Laurent et la Gaspésie.
42: Economic Region 42 corresponds
to the Saguenay-Lac St. Jean
region.
42: La region économique 42 correspond
a la region du Saguenay-Lac SaintJean.
43: Economic Region 43 is the Quebec
region.
43: La region économique 43 est la region
de Québec.
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44: Economic Region 44 is the region
called Trois-Rivières.
44: La region économique 44 cnLibe In
region de Trois-Rivire;.
45: Economic Region 45 is the Quebec
region of Cantons de l'Est.
45: La region économique 45
les Cantons de l'Est.
46: Economic Region 46 is the
Montreal region.
46: La region dconomique 46 est la région de Montréal.
47: Economic Region 47 is the Quebec
region of Outaouais.
47: La region économique 47 correspond
a ltO u taoua i s .
48: Economic Region 48 is the Quebec
region of Nord-Ouest.
48: La region économique 48 se compose
de la region du Nord-Ouest.
49: Economic Region 49 is the Quebec
region of C6te-Nord.
49: La region économique 49 comprend la
region de la Côte-Nord.
Ontario
Ontario
50: Economic Region 50 is the extreme
north-western part of the province and is west and north of
Lake Superior.
50: La region économique 50 est la partie
1'extr6mit6 nord-ouest de la province et est située A l'ouest et au
nord du lac Supérieur.
51: Economic Region 51 is the most 51: La region économique 51 est la region
eastern region of Ontario with de 1'Ontario la plus a l'est, limit
the St. Lawrence River as itsau sud par le Saint-Laurent et
southern boundary and Quebecpar le Québec.
province as its eastern boundary.
52: Economic Region 52 is the east- 52: La region économique 52 est la partie
ern portion of Ontario with est de l'Ontario limitêe a lest par
region 51 as its eastern boundary la region 51 et au sud par le lac
and Lake Ontario as its southern Ontario.
boundary.
53: Economic Region 53 is the Metropolitan Area of Toronto and the
surrounding area and extending
west up to and including the
city of Burlington.
53: La region économique 53 englobe la
region métropolitaine de Toronto et
s'étend A l'ouest jusqu'à la yule
de Burlington (comprise).
54: Economic Region 54 is the city
of Hamilton and an area mainly
south of the city of Hamilton
and is bounded by Lake Erie on
the south and on the east by
Lake Ontario and the United
States.
54: La region écon
de Hamilton et
principalement
limitée par le
lac Ontario et
1 'est).
mique 54 est la ville
une region située
au sud de Hamilton et
lac Erie (au sud), le
les Etats-Unis (a
55: Economic Region 55 is located 55: La region économique 55 représente
in the southern parts of Ontario le sud de 1'Ontario et est limitée
and has Lake Erie as its south- au sud par le lac Erie.
ern boundary.
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56: Economic Region 56 is the south•western tip of the province of
56: La region économique 56 est la pointe
sud-ouest de ltO n t ar i o.
Ontario.
57:
Economic Region 57 is situated
5 7 : La region Cronomique 57 est
in the mid-west portion of the
province.
In partic
centre-ouest de la province.
58:
Economic Region 58 is the Lake
Huron and Georgian Bay region.
58: La region économique 58 est la region
du lac Huron et de la Baie Georgienne.
59:
Economic Region 59 covers a
very large portion of the
northern part of the province
and has the province of Quebec
as its eastern boundary.
59: La region économique 59 couvre une
tres grande partie du nord de la
province et est limitêe a l'est par
le Québec.
Man i tob a
Mri-i trh
61:
Economic Region 61 lies on the
international boundary in the
south-eastern part of Manitoba.
61:
La region économique 61 est située
la frontire américaine, au sudest du Manitoba.
62:
Economic Region 62 is the region
south-west of Winnipeg on the
I n tcriin I onal r)undo rv.
62:
La region économique 62 est la
region sud-ouest de Winnipeg, limitoe par in Iront:[Lr;iniricn in.
53:Iconomic kcion 0c3 is thcuth-
(-3:La rpicnoiomiqur.,irn-n1
western region of the province.
le sud-ouet de la province.
64:
Economic Region 64 is the
Portage la Prairie area, north
to Lake Manitoba.
64: La region €conomique 64 est la region
Portage la Prairie limitée au nord
par le lac Manitoba.
65:
Economic Region 65 is the area
lying north of the Riding
Mountain National Park along
the Saskatchewan border.
65:
66:
Economic Region 66 is the area
lying between Lake Winnipeg and
Lake Manitoba and extending
from Metropolitan Winnipeg in
the south to Cypsumville in the
north.
66: La region économique 66 s'étend du
lac Winnipeg au lac Manitoba et de
la region métropolitaine de Winnipeg
(au sud) jusqu'a Gypsumville (au
nord).
67:
Economic Region 67 is the
Metropolitan Area of Winnipeg.
67:
68:
Economic Region 68 is the northrn portion of tin'province.
68: La region économique 68 est la partie
Ti crd
30 1pro': 1 a cc
La region ëconomique 65 s'étend au
nord du parc national du Mont
Riding le long de la frontire de
la Saskatchewan.
La region économique 67 est la region
métropolitaine de Winnipeg.
76
Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan
71: Economic Region 71 is in the
south-eastern part of the province of Saskatchewan.
71: La region economique 71 out le uioPest de la province.
72: Economic Region 72 is the southwestern part of the province
bounded by Alberta on the west
and on the south by the United
States border.
72: La region economique 72 est le sudouest de la province, limitée a
l'ouest par 1'Alberta et au sud par
les Etats-Unis.
73: Economic Region 73 encompasses
the west central part of the
province.
73: La region economique 73 comprend le
centre-ouest de la province.
74: Economic Region 74 is the east
central part of the province.
74: La region économique 74 se trouve
dans le centre-est de la province.
75: Economic Region 75 is a large
area that stretches completely
across the province marking the
northern limits of the built up
areas and road systems.
75: La region économique 75 s'tend d'une
frontière provinciale a l'autre, dlimitant au nord les regions habitëes
et le réseau routier.
76: Economic Region 76 is the
nor tiern port ion of the rrnvinc e
76: La region ecoriomique 76 est la partie
nord do Li province.
Alberta
Albert a
81: Economic Region 81 is situated
in the south-east corner of the
province running mainly north
and south along the border of
Saskatchewan.
81:
82: Economic Region 82 is situated
in the southern part of Alberta.
82: La region économique 82 est située
dans le sud de 1'Alberta.
83: Economic Region 83 is the southcentral area of the province
around Calgary.
83: La region economique 83 est la partie centre-sud de la province qul
entoure Calgary.
84: Economic Region 84 is a mountain
territory, extending from
Waterton Lakes National Park at
the U.S. boundary, to Jasper
National Park inclusive, and
including also the Rocky
Mountain Forest Reserve.
84: La region êconomique 84 représente
le territoire des montagnes et s'étend depuis le parc national des lacs
Waterton ( la frontière des tatsUnis) jusqu'au parc national Jasper
inclusivement; elle comprend aussi
la reserve de Rocky Mountain Forcu
85: Economic Region 85 is the eastcentral area extending from the
Saskatchewan border to the foothills at Rocky Mountain House.
85:
La region économique 81 se situe dans
le coin sud-est de la province, s'ëtendant principalement du nord au sud,
le long de la frontiare de la Saskatchewan.
La region économique 85, au centreest, s'étend de la frontire de la
Saskatchewan jusqu'au pied des iuontagnes, a Rocky Mountain House.
77
f:
Economic Region 86 is an area
•;-jround Edmonton extending west
to the foothills at Drayton
Valley and east to the Saskatchewan border.
86: La rgion économique 86 entoure
Edmonton et s'étend a l'ouest jusqu'au pied des montagnes (Drayton
Valley) et a Pest jusqu'à la frontire de la Saskatchewan.
87: Economic Region 87 is the Alberta
Peace River Region in the northwestern part of the province.
87: La region ëconomique 87 est la region
de Peace River, au nord-ouest de la
province.
88: Economic Region 88 is the northeastern portion of the province.
88: La region economique 88 est la partie
nord-est de la province.
British Columbia
Colombie-Britanniaue
91: Economic Region 91 is the southeast corner of British Columbia.
91: La region économique 91 correspond
l'extrémité sud-est de la province.
92: Economic Region 92 is situated
in the south-eastern part of
British Columbia.
92: La region êconomique 92 est situëe
au sud-est de la Colomble-Britannique.
93: Economic Region 93 is located
in the southern part of the
province - The Okanagan district.
93: La region économique 93 représente
le district d'Okanagan (au sud de la
province).
.Economic region 94 is situated
north of Regions 93 and 95 (see
nelow), in the south central
part of the province.
a
94: La region économique 94 est située
au nord des regions 93 et 95 (voir
ci-dessous), dans le centre-sud de
la province.
95: Economic Region 95 is the southwestern corner of the mainland
of British Columbia, the lower
Fraser area.
95: La region economique 95 est le coin
sud-ouest des terres fermes de la
Colombie-Britannique, c'est-à-dire
la region du Bas-Fraser.
96: Economic Region 96 is the whole
of Vancouver Island, plus a
portion of the mainland between
Bella Coola and Powell River.
96: La region economique 96 se compose
de PIle de Vancouver et une partie
des terres ferines entre Bella Coola
et Powell River.
97: Economic Region 97 is situated
in the north central part of
British Columbia.
97: La region ëconomique 97 comprend le
centre-nord de la province.
98: Economic Region 98 covers a
large area in the north-eastern
part of the province.
98: La region économique 98 couvre une
grande surface de la partie nordest de la province.
99: Economic Region 99 is a long
narrow region extending along
the western boundary of the
)rovince to the northern border
:nnd south to the Bella Coola
area including the Queen
Charlotte Islands.
99: La region économique 99 est une région longue et étroite s'étendant
le long de la frontiare ouest de la
province, a partir de la frontiare
nord jusqu'à Bella Coola (au sud) et
comprenant les lies de la Reine
Charlotte.
Labour Force Economic Regions
Lea regions économlques de Ia population active
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Labour Force Economic Regions
Les regions economiques de Ia population active
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84
96
PU Deer
85
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73
65
74
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96
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951
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81
83
82
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66
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63
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59 UP TO THE END OF LAST WEEK. HOW MANY WEEKS HAS
HAS... CHANGED EMPLOYERS SINCE LAST MONTH?
01
2,
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STARTEOTO LOOK FOR WORK' FOR EXAMPLE. WORKING.
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THE PAST 4 WEEKS, HAS . - . LOOKED FOR
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THE PAST 4 WEEKS WHAT HAS
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HAS . . DONE IN THE PAST 4 WEEKS
20 WHAT
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K MONTHS HAS ., LOOKED FOR WORK'
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19 IN THE PAST 4 WEEKS. HAS... LOOKED FOP
ANOTHER JOB! -
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LAST WEEK AT HIS/HER:
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IS .. GETTING ANY WAGES OR SALARY FOR
ANY OF THE TIME OFF LAST WEEK'
WHAT WAS THE MAIN REASON FOR LOSING
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IN TEA VIEWER CHECK/TEM
UP TO THE END OF LAST WEEK. HOW MANY
WEEKS HAS. . BEEN CONTINUOUSLY ABSENT
FROM WORK! 18
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ABOUT HOW MANY HOURS PER WEEK DID WORK
AT THAT JOB?
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LAST WEEK. HOW MANY HOURS DID - .. LOSE
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SUCH AS ILLNESS. HOLIDAY, OR LAYOFF'
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LA1 WEEK. DID ... HAVE A JOB TO STARS
Al' A DEFINITE DATE IN THE FUTURE!
LAST WEEK. HOW MANY HOURS OF OVERTIME
OREXIRAI4OURSOID . WORK
200.0/
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30LAV WEEK, DID,HAVE A JOB AT WHICH 50 HAS,EVER WORKED?
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HAS ... BEEN LOOKING FOR A JOB TO LAST FOR LESS
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•
Labour Force Survey Quesonnaire (Form 05)
1 Own illness or disability
2 Personal or family responsibilities
3 Going to school
4 Could only find part-time work
5 Di') not want full-time work
6 Full-time work under 30 hours per week
0 Other - Specify in NOTES
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1 Own illness or disability
2 Personal or family responsibilities
3 Bad weather
4 Labour dispute (strike or lockout)
5 Layoff lexpects to returnl
6 New job started during week, or
job terminated (does not expect to return)
7 Vacation
8 Holiday (legal or religious)
9 Working short-time (because of material
shortages, plant maintenance or repair. etc.)
0 Other - Specify in NOTES
1
2
3
4
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6
7
0
1Own illness or disability
2Personal or family responsibilities
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1 Own illness or disability
2 Personal or family responsibilities
3 Bad weather
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33 5 Layoff (expects to return)
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7 Vacation
0 Other - Specify in NOTES
36
5
1 Own i)lness or disability
2 Personal or family responsibilities
3 Going to school
4 Quit job for no specific reason
5 Lost job or laid off job
6 Changed residence
7 Dissatisfied with job (poor pay, working
conditions, etc.)
8 Retired
0 Other - Specify in NOTES
3
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1 Own illness or disability
2 Personal or family responsibilities
3 Going to school
4 No longer interested in finding work
5 Waiting for recall (to former job)
6 Has found new job
7 Waiting for replies from employers
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or suited to skills)
9 No reason given
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3 Going to school
4Already has a job
5 No reason (Available for work last week)
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FEUILLE DES CODES 1976
Questionnaire de l'enquête sur Ia population active (Formule 05)
1
4
117
r
1 Maladie ou invalidité de l'enquête
2 Obligations personnelles ou familiales
Vs a l'école
4 N'a Pu trouver que du travail a temps partiel
5 Ne voulait pas de travail a plein temps
6 Travail a plein temps, moms de 30 heures
par semaine
0 Autre.— Précisez dans les NOTES
1 Maladie ou invalidité de l'enquête
2 Obligations personnelles ou familiales
3 Mauvais temps
4 Conflit ciu travail lqreve ou lock-outl
5 Mise a pied )sattend a un rappel)
6 Debut dun nouvel emploi au cours de Ia semaine,
ou fin de l'emploi (ne s'attend pas a y retourner)
7 Vacances
8 Jour férié (ou fête religieuse)
9 Travail a temps réduit )en raison du manque
d'équipement, de lentretien ou de Ia reparation
de l'usine, etc.)
0 Autre - Précisez dans les NOTES
r
54
1 Maladie ou invalidité de
2 Obligations personnelles ou familiales
3 Va a l'école
4 A quitte son emploi sans raison precise
5 A perdu son emploi ou a été mis(e) a pied
6 A déménagé
7 N'était pas satisfait(e) de son emploi (faible
rémunération, conditions de travail médiocres, etc.)
8 A pris sa retraite
0Autre - Précisez dans Ies NOTES
58
1 Travaillait
2 Tenait maison
3 Al)ait a
0 Autre - Ne précisez pas dans les NOTES
1 Etait malade ou invalide
Avait des obligations personnelles ou familiales
Allait a 'école
Nest plus ntéressé)e) a trouver du travail
Attencialt un rappel (à son emploi précédent)
A trouvé un nouvel emploi
Attendait que des employeurs lui répondent
Pense qu'il n'existe pas de travail disponible
)dans Ia region, ou qui réponde a ses aptitudes)
Na 'lonné aucune raison
Autre - Précisez clans les NOTES
1 S'est adressé)e): A wn bureau de placemRnt public
2 S'est adressé)e): A un bureau de placement prive
3 S'est adressé)e): A un syndicat
5 S'est adressé)e): Directement a des employeurs
,LS'est adressé(e): A des amis ou des parents
6 A fad paraitre des annonces ou a repondu a des
annonces
7 A consulté les annonces
i 0 Autre - Précisez dans las NOTES
O
33
- Oui, ne pouvait pas prendre UP emp/oi parce
(elle):
1 Maladie ou invalidité de l'enquêté 1Etait malade ou invalide
2 Obligations personnelles uu familiales 2Avait des obligations personnelles ou familiales
3 Mauvais temps
3Allait a 'école
4 Conflit du travail )grève ou lockout) 4Avait d61à un emploi
5 Mise a pied )sattend a un rappel)
vait aucune raison )Prét)e) a travailler Ia
6 Nouvel emploi devant commencer a une date future 5
emaine dernière)
7 Vacances
0 7Autre-- Précisez dans les NOTES
0 Autre - Précjsez dans les NOTES
64
-7
A travaillé pour d'autres
36
L
41
1
2
3
4
S
6
Maladie ou invalidité de l'enquêté
Obligations personnelles ou familiales
Va a 'école
Na pu trouver que du travail a temps partiel
Ne voulait pas de travail a plein temps
Travail a plein temps, moms de 30 heures
par semaine
0 AutrePrécisez dans las NOTES
-- --- --
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
S'est adressé)e): A un bureau de placement public
S'estadressé(e): A un bureau de placement privé
S'est adressé(e): A un syndicat
S'est adressé(e): Directement a des employeurs
S'est adressé)e): A des amis ou des parents
A fad parartre des annonces ou a répondu des
annonces
A consulté les annonces
Autre - Précisez dans las NOTES
pflVi1976
6 -4000 441 11-3-76
1
2
Travailleur rémunéré
Travailleur familial non rémunéré
A travaillé
76
3
4
5
6
82
a son compte
Entreprise constituée - Avec aide rémunérée
Entreprise constituée - Sans aide rémunérée
Entreprise non constituée - Avec aide rémunérée
Entreprise non constituée - Sans aide rémunérée
(lnc/uez: Les rrava,lleurs autonomes n'ayant pas
d'en trap rise)
1Ecole primaire ou secondaire
2Université
3College communautaire, ou CEGEP
0Autre - Précisez dans las NOTES
84
GUIDE TO SPECIAL ARTICLES
January 1975
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Lop loverponurd Tr.i n
Lr14
ARTICLES sPIcIAIix - CL] Dl]
Jonvier1973
-
Programs
March 1975
-
June 1975
-
-
July 1975
-
parI'citployeur
Monthly Unemployment Data
by Industry and by Occupation
Mars 1975
-
The unemployed by industry
and occupation
Juin 1975
-
Student Data
Provincial Annual Averages
(former survey)
-
Student Data
August 1975
-
Student Data
September 1975
-
Working Mothers and Child
Care Arrangements
-
Student Data
June 1976
-
1975 Annual Averages
December 1976
-
January 1977
-
March 1977
-
April 1977
-
May 1977
-
June 1977
-
August 1977
-
Pro9roIuI JoforiotLionoi(iL
-
Juillet 1975
-
Statistique mensuelle du chtmage
par branche d'activité et par
profession
Les ch6meurs par branche d'activité et par profession
Données sur les étudiants
Moyennes provinciales annuelles
(enqute prcédente)
-
Données stir les étudjants
AoCit 1975
-
Données sur les étudiants
Septembr1975
-
Mères au travail et services de
garde d'enfar.ts
-
Données sur les étudiants
Juin 1976
-
Moyennes annuelles 1975
1976 Annual Averages
Décembre 1976
-
Moyennes annuelles 1976
Job Search Methods of the
Unemployed
Janvier 1977
-
New Job to Start at a
Future Date
Mars 1977
-
Part-time Employment in
1975 and 1976
Avril 1977
-
Employed Persons not at
Work
Mai 1977
-
Labour Force Activities and
Characteristics of Students
Juin 1977
-
Overtime and Time Lost
AotAt 1977
-
November 1977 - An Indicator of Labour
Market Related Economic
Hardship
Novembre 1977
-
December 1977 - 1977 Annual Averages
Décembre 1977
-
Moyennes annuelles 1977
January 1978- Employment/Population
Ratio
Janvier 1978
-
Rapport emploi-population
May 1978- Flows into Unemployment
Mai 1978- Activité antérieur des ch6meurs
Méthodes de recherche d
utilisées par les ch6meLt
Nouvel emploi devant
une date future
COiL
Emploi a temps partiel en 1975
et 1976
Personnes occupées absentes
du travail
Activité et caractéristictues
des étudiants
Heures supplmentaires et
heures perdues
Un indicateur de la privation
conomique lie au marché du
travail
0
85
ELATED PUBLICATIONS
Survey Publications
Autres publications relatives A L'engute sur la population
active.
71-201 - Historical labour force statistics - actual
data, seasonal factors, seasonally-adjusted
data (Annual) Bil.
(This publication contains one hundred and
ninety-four time series, derived from the
monthly labour force survey, for the period
January 1966 to December 1977.)
71-201 - Statistigues chronologigues sur Is population active
chiffres reels, facteurs saisonniers et donnes dsaisonnalisees (Annuel) Bil.
(Contient cent quatre-vingt-quatorze series chronologiques tirCes de Uenqute mensuelle sur Ia population
active, pour la période de janvier 1966 a décembre
1977.)
71-526 - Methodology of the Canadian labour force
survey (Occasional) Bil.
71-526 - Méthodologie de 1)enqu9te sur Is population active du
Canada (Hors série) Bil.
71-520 - Facts About the Unemployed
(This publicution presents
form, the main facts about
Canada for the period 1960
-
-
(Occasional) Bit
in a convenient
unemployment in
to 1971.)
Employment and Earnings
72-002
72-201
73-OW
73-201
71-520 - Données sur le ch8mage (Hors série) flu.
(Principales donnécs sur le ch8mage au Canada pour
Ia période 1960-1971, présentées sous une forme
commode.)
Eznploi et gains
Employment, Earnings and Hours (Monthly)
(This publication relates industry and area
index numbers and levels of employment; averages of weekly earnings; wages and salaries;
averages of hours per week and earnings per
hour; historical comparisons; charts and explanatory material.)
•
PUBLICATIONS CONNEXES
Review of Employment and Average Weekly Wages
rid Salaries(Annual)
i'iiis publication provides industry and area
tuLnsininduslri:ilrinplovmnnt , pan1•
72-002 - Employment, Earnings and Hours (Mensuel)
(Fait ressortir le rapport entre les nombres-indiceg
relatifs a Ia branche d'activitC Cconomique et a La
region et les niveaux d'emploi; gains hebdomadaires
moyens; rémunération; horaire hebdomadaire moyen et
gains horaires moyens; comparaisons chronologiques;
diagrammes at notes explicatives.)
72-201 - Review of Employment and Average Weekly Wages and
Salaries (Annuel)
(Fluctuations, par branche d'activité et par region,
dc leinploi industriel, rémunérations et rémunérations
inlaires moyennes.)
statistigue sur t 1 application de Ia lot sur
l'assurance-chflmage (Mensuel) Bil.
(Estimations de La population assurée, do nombre de
demandes de prestations at du nombre de prestataires
dana Ia registre actif de ch8mage le dernier jour
ouvrable du mois.)
StaLisLLcaieport unthu Upnratio[] ut the
Unesiployment insurance Act (Monthly) Bil.
(This publication provides estimates of the
insured population, claims filed and claimants
on the live unemployment register on the last
working day of the month.)
73-001 - Rapport
Annual Report on Benefit Periods Established
and Terminated Under the Unemployment Insurance Act (Annual) flu.
(This publication provides information on the
personal characteristics, occupational and
industrial status of both the insured population and persons establishing and terminating
benefit periods.)
73-201 - PCriodes de prestations établies et terminées aux
termes de is Loi sur l'assurance-chBmage (Annuel) Bil.
(Caractéristiques personnelles, profession et branche
d'activité de is population assurée et des personnes
pour lesquetles des périodes de prestations sont etabites ou terminées.)
Job Vacancy Survey
Enqute sur lea postes vacants
71-002 - Quarterly report on lob vacancies (Quarterly)
flil.
(This publication provides an occupational,
industrial and regional picture of job
vacancies.)
71-002 - Rapport trimestriel sur lea postes vacants (Trimegtriel) Bul.
(Tableau par profession, par activité économique at
par region des postes vacants au Canada.)
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